08.07.2015, Veselina Filipova is interviewing Georgi Nikolov, Yellow Trud
В България стандартът пасивна къща трудно се установява. Вие сте пионер в тази област, защо се ориентирахте точно към този вид архитектура? Беше предизвикателство да се захвана с нещо, което в началото беше ново и непознато за мен и изглеждаше странно и плашещо. Аз бях ...
19.03.2014, Svetla Dobreva, Stroitelstvo Gradat, 17-23 March 2014
19.03.2014, Daniela Arnaudova, Maritsa, 19.03.2014
Interview with Georgi Nikolov - chairman of IG passive House Bulgaria
10.02.2014, Veselina Filipova, GoBio magazine
The passive house - the building of the future Interview with Georgi Nikolov, Studio APXE
30.01.2014, Stuart Robarts, www.gizmag.com
Studio APXE has completed a new house that generates more energy than it uses. Architecture firm Studio APXE has completed a new house that will generate more energy than it uses. As well as high efficiency, the house, in Kladnica, Bulgaria, features biomass heating and solar panels on its roof to generate electricity. Studio APXE cites sustainable development and energy efficiency as its main design focuses. Coupled with these, the aim of this project was to build a large, ...
Situated on the south green slopes of Bulgaria’s Vitosha mountain region, the sustainable house by Bulgarian firm studio APXE generates more energy than it consumes with an integrated photovoltaic system on its roof. The single floor dwelling sits comfortably in its landscape – the main volume is positioned over the garage, which is dug into the rock at street level. The service spaces and carport area are separated from the main mass, solving many technological and ...
15.01.2014, Oshte za kashata magazine, 01-2014
Passive house in the village of Lozen Read the full article in Oshte za Kashtata magazine (only in Bulgarian).
The first Plus Energy House in Bulgaria recently popped up near Sofia. Designed by Studio APXE, the passive house will generate more energy than it consumes due to the implementation of a photovoltaic system on its roof. Large scale timber structures and local natural materials form the architectural backbone of the house, harmonizing with the surrounding green mountain slopes. Read the article in Inhabitat.
15.12.2013, Evelina Cvetkova, Oshte za kashtata magazine, 12-2013
Plus Energy House in Delta Hill You can watch the videos from the design and construction process. Read the full article in Oshte za Kashtata magazine (only in Bulgarian).
A picture tells more that thousands of words... That's why we decided to present passive houses like this... in a cartoon. You can look through the whole cartoon in ISSUU. It is only in Bulgarian.