Team Seis - Tiny Homes


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There are many definitions of what ecological building is or what it achieves. The definitions range from a building that is "less bad" than the average building in terms of environmental performance to a building that is "powerful". Gaines Group architect Charles Hendricks's definition of a house or building is one that meets the budget, is adaptable and durable, protects or restores living space, reduces energy and water consumption and ensures healthy indoor air quality (Personal Interview, 2017).

There is an infinite number of measures that can be taken to make a house or building more environmentally friendly.

Climate neutral means that there is no net release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere or that the net CO2 footprint is zero. In the field of construction, it is a matter of measuring, reducing and compensating the carbon energy used by buildings or structures. This can be calculated by performing a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of the energy contained in the construction and use of the building.

Zero energy buildings can be defined as "an energy efficient building where the actual annual energy delivered based on primary energy is less than or equal to the locally exported renewable energy" (Peterson, 2015). This zero energy definition concept includes zero energy buildings, zero energy campuses, zero energy portfolios and zero energy communities. All the developments listed can reach net zero status if the total amount of energy generated is less than or equal to the energy consumed within their site boundary.

The passive building incorporates a set of design principles to achieve a quantifiable and stringent energy efficiency level within a certain quantifiable comfort level. "Maximize your profits, minimize your losses," summarizes the approach. To this end, a passive house is planned and built according to these five building biology principles (PHIUS, 2017):

1. continuous insulation over the entire shell without thermal degradation of the entire building.

2. the building envelope is extremely airtight and prevents the ingress of outside air and the loss of air conditioning.

3. the use of high-performance windows (typically triple-glazed) and doors.

4. uses a form of balanced ventilation with heat and moisture recovery and a minimal room conditioning system.

The solar gain is controlled so that the solar energy is used for heating purposes during the heating period and overheating during the cooling period is minimised.

Passive construction principles can be applied to all types of buildings - from detached houses to apartment buildings, offices and skyscrapers (PHIUS, 2017). A passive design strategy carefully simulates and balances a comprehensive set of factors, including heat emissions from appliances and occupants, to keep the building at a comfortable and constant indoor temperature during the heating and cooling season. Passive houses therefore offer enormous long-term benefits in addition to energy efficiency (PHIUS, 2017):

● High-quality insulation and airtight construction offer unsurpassed comfort even in extreme weather conditions.

● The continuous mechanical ventilation of the freshly filtered air ensures excellent indoor air quality.

● A comprehensive system approach to modelling, design and construction results in extremely resilient buildings.

● Passive construction principles offer the best route to Net Zero and Net Positive buildings by minimizing the impact of renewable energy.

Off-grid housing is an issue that often arises from conversations about small houses. As part of our proposal, we will recommend that individuals stay connected. The biggest hurdle is that living outside the grid is illegal in cities. In addition to legality, however, considerable technical knowledge, high upfront investment and a drastic change in lifestyle are also required. One of the biggest attractions are tiny houses that have the ability to exist self-sufficiently. The technologies for a successful life outside the power grid already exist (Off Grid World).

Team Seis - Tiny Homes: Housing containers and Trailer Tiny Homes without sacrificing comfort

The Tiny House movement is attracting great attention on an international level. Many of the solutions are creative in how they develop ways to live legally on a tiny scale. These range from the development of tiny house communities that allow tiny houses to be built on individual plots, to mini house hotels, to name a few.

Cities benefit from tiny houses. As cities have a significant need for affordable housing, they are under pressure to find solutions that will quickly expand their low-income housing stock without further burdening an already burdened system. These tiny houses allow more people to become homeowners and contribute to their communities, while higher ownership rates improve neighbourhood and community morale. These tiny houses are a practical and effective solution for many home buyers as they reduce costs, reduce environmental impact and simplify lifestyles.

Team Seis - Tiny Homes: Housing containers without sacrificing comfort

We offer you at an attractive price:

- comfortable folding container houses, 40ft, approx. 70 m2 living space

(see attached drawings as an example).

- comfortable folding container guest houses, 20ft, approx. 35 m2 living space

(see attached drawings as an example).

Our comfort living containers:

- are expandable and prefabricated containers.

- are movable and remain movable/transportable/liftable (repeated use) due to partly local building regulations.

- have a pleasant external and internal appearance.

- are environmentally friendly/friendly, non-toxic/harmless and safe.

- are SGS, TUV/GS, CE, ISO, RoHs certified.

- have a service life of more than 25 years.

- have a strong earthquake resistance (grade 7+), a high wind resistance (120+ km/h) and withstand high roof snow loads (8 KN/m2).

- have a very good thermal insulation (from -40°C to +50°C) and a waterproof guarantee (up to 10,000 mm water column, rainfall 1,300 mm on average per year, but up to 112 litres/m2 during thunderstorms).

- have fire protection class A ,or not less than B1 (exterior and interior).

- have good sound insulation and anti-deformation properties.

- prevent the formation of moisture.

- are quickly erected on the building site and ready to move in within a maximum of one day.

Technical description:

Exterior walls: soundproofed, steel with coloured/structured wood finishes, or optionally exterior walls can be provided with wood panelling.

Preferred insulation: rock wool or other environmentally friendly material that meets our requirements.

Exterior windows: soundproofed, highly insulated sliding wooden windows (PVC/steel) (double-layer tempered glass), with window handles made of safety steel and with mosquito nets.

External doors: soundproofed, highly insulated sandwich security doors (wood/ PVC/steel) with wooden frame (PVC/steel), door handle in security steel, with mosquito net door.

Roof terrace/balcony (optional, approx. 8 m2): on the container with wooden floor, steel railing, external stairs etc.

Saddle roof (optional, only if really necessary): Light roof construction.

Electrical and sanitary engineering are prefabricated in the factory and comply with Austrian standards (Europe).

Electricity (220V/50Hz): Power distribution (multiple protection circuit, fuses), hidden/protected cables, switches, sockets, telephone/Internet/Sat-TV cables and sockets and lighting are LED lamps (warm white/daylight spectrum) as shown in the attached drawings.

Power supply: planned is a free energy generator (220V/50Hz) and/or photovoltaic, with batteries buffered with inverter (20ft.: approx. 5 kW/ 40ft.: approx. 8 kW).

The heating/hot water system is prefabricated and environmentally friendly/ecological.

Hot water system: Solar water heater (water capacity 20ft: approx. 250 litres/ water capacity 40ft: approx. 600 litres), including brackets, heat conducting vacuum hoses, insulated water tanks, complete intelligent controls (display, sensor, solenoid valve), water pipes, insulating pipes, mixing valves and other accessories.

Sanitary/water system: all necessary pre-laid/covered pipes (Poly-Lag copper pipe, PPR pipes), water taps / fittings.

Rainwater/spring water collection system (optional, 20ft.: approx. 500 litres/ 40ft.: approx. 1,000 litres) with water pump and water purification system for drinking water for each container.

Sewage/drainage system: all necessary prefabricated and pre-installed pipes in the container.

Bathroom: prefabricated with shower/shower door (round or square), bathtub (optional, instead of shower), washbasin (ceramic) and sitting toilet, compost/drying toilet (optional, instead of water toilet).

Kitchen: Wood top, including kitchen cabinets, wall units, worktop, sink, prepared for ceramic hob/oven/dishwasher and fridge-freezer.

Composting toilet system with septic tank (optional, stainless steel, 20ft.: approx. 1.500 litres/ 40ft.: approx. 3.000 litres) under each container.

The aim is a sustainable natural technology for the treatment of wastewater and waste streams, for the rehabilitation of affected waters and for the restoration of the balance of water catchment areas.

Heating system: preferably integrated infrared (IR) ceiling/wall/floor heating system with fully intelligent controllers (display, sensors, etc.).

Interior walls: soundproofed, e.g. bamboo fibre board or alternative painted Fermacell panels (optional, also with wood panelling as an option).

Interior floors: load capacity: 3KN/m2. Ceramic tiles (kitchen, bathroom/wet room) and wood/cork board floors (living room, bedroom, office).

Interior ceiling: wooden panels. The interior height is at least 240 cm.

Interior doors: soundproofed, wooden steel doors with wooden steel frames, brass door handles.

Purchase prices depending on size and equipment: from 30.000,00 Euro, plus freight, customs/ VAT.

Delivery time: approx. 10 - 12 weeks from order/ purchase.


Team Seis - Tiny Homes: Trailer Tiny Homes without sacrificing comfort

We offer you our Trailer Tiny Homes at an attractive price:

- comfortable Tiny Homes on a trailer, approx. 35.59ft, approx. 22.5 m2 living space, 2 sleeping areas (see attached drawings as an example).

- comfortable Tiny Homes on a trailer, approx. 29.53ft, approx. 18.5 m2 living space, 1 sleeping area (see attached drawings as an example).

- comfortable Tiny Homes on a trailer, approx. 18.5ft, approx. 12 m2 living space, 1 sleeping area (see attached drawings as an example).

Our comfortable Tiny Homes on a trailer:

- are individual and prefabricated.

- are mobile and remain mobile/transportable (repeated use on different plots) due to partly local building regulations.

- have a pleasant external and internal appearance.

- are environmentally friendly, non-toxic/harmless and safe, SGS, TUV/GS, CE, ISO, RoHs certified.

- have a service life of more than 25 years.

- have a strong earthquake resistance (grade 7+), a high wind resistance (120+ km/h), resist high roof snow loads (8 KN/m2), a very good thermal insulation (from -40°C to +50°C) and a watertightness guarantee up to 10,000 mm water column (average rainfall 1,300 mm per year, but up to 112 litres/m2 during thunderstorms).

- have fire protection class A ,or no less than B1 (exterior and interior).

- have good sound insulation and anti-deformation properties, prevent the formation of moisture.

- are quickly erected on the building site and ready to move in within a maximum of one day.

Technical description:

Trailer chassis: galvanized/galvanized. AL-KO axle(s)/ brakes (electric)/ lighting system.

Exterior walls: soundproofed, steel cladding coloured or with textured wood decor paint, optionally exterior walls with cedar wood cladding.

Preferred insulation: rock wool or another environmentally friendly material that meets our requirements.

Exterior windows: soundproofed, highly insulated sliding windows (wood/ PVC/steel) (two- or three-pane tempered glass), with window handle made of safety steel and with mosquito nets.

External doors: soundproofed, highly insulated sandwich security doors (wood/ PVC/steel) with frame (wood/ PVC/steel), door handle in security steel, with mosquito nets.

Roof terrace/ balcony (optional, according to type): with wooden floor, steel railing, external stairs etc.

Flat / shed / saddle roof: depending on type, stable lightweight roof construction, sheet steel or optional asphalt shingles.

Electrical and sanitary engineering are prefabricated at the factory and comply with Austrian standards (Europe).

Electrical installation (220V/ 50Hz): power distribution (multiple protection circuit, fuses), hidden/protected cables, switches, sockets, telephone/ internet/ satellite TV cables and sockets and lighting are LED lamps (warm white/ daylight spectrum) as shown in the attached drawings.

Power supply (optional): planned is a free energy generator (220V/50Hz) and/or photovoltaic, buffered with batteries with corresponding inverter (20ft.: approx. 5 kW/ 40ft.: approx. 8 kW).

The heating and hot water system is prefabricated and environmentally friendly / ecological.

Hot water system: Solar water heater (water capacity up to 30ft: approx. 250 litres/ water capacity over 40ft: approx. 450 litres), including brackets, heat conducting vacuum hoses, insulated water tanks, complete intelligent controls (display, sensor, solenoid valve), water pipes, insulating pipes, mixing valves and other accessories.

Sanitary/water system: all necessary pre-laid/covered pipes (Poly-Lag copper pipe, PPR pipes), water taps / fittings.

Rainwater / spring water collection system (optional, up to 30ft.: approx. 500 litres/ over 30ft.: approx. 1,000 litres) with water pump and water purification system for drinking water.

Sewage / drainage system: all necessary prefabricated and pre-installed pipes in the trailer.

Bathroom: prefabricated with shower/ shower door (round or square), bathtub (optional, instead of shower), washbasin (ceramic) and sitting toilet, compost/dry toilet (optional, instead of water toilet).

Kitchen: Wood laminate top, including kitchen cabinets, wall units, worktop, sink, prepared for ceramic hob/oven/dishwasher and fridge-freezer.

Composting toilet system with septic tank (optional, stainless steel, 20ft.: approx. 1.000 litres/ 40ft.: approx. 2.000 litres) under each container.

The aim is a sustainable natural technology for the treatment of wastewater and waste streams, for the rehabilitation of affected waters and for the restoration of the balance of water catchment areas.

Heating system: air conditioning. Optional integrated infrared (IR) ceiling/wall/floor heating system with fully intelligent controls (display, sensors, etc.)

Interior walls: soundproofed, bamboo fibre board or tongue and groove wood panelling (optional).

Interior floors: Load capacity: 3KN/m2. Ceramic tiles (kitchen, bathroom/ wet room) and wood/cork tile floors (living room, bedroom, office).

Interior ceiling: wooden panels. The interior height is at least 240 cm.

Interior doors: soundproofed, composite wooden doors with wooden frames, brass door handles.

Purchase prices depending on size, model and equipment:

from 20.000,00 Euro, plus freight/ customs/ EUSt.

Delivery time: approx. 10 - 12 weeks from order/ purchase.

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