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Interior view (living room) of Neckarterrassen Heilbronn, Kermi references (source: Stadtsiedlung Heilbronn)

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Kermi Reference products - building complex Dorfen

Photo source: Robert Decker Immobilien

Building complex Wohnwerk Dorfen

To improve the housing situation, several building complexes are currently being built in Dorfen, the fourth largest town in Upper Bavaria. One of these buildings is the residential complex “Siemensstraße Wohnwerk Dorfen” which is being built by Robert Decker Immobilien GmbH. In eighty residential units, pleasant comfort is being combined with an ecological building design.

In addition to that, there are the energy-efficient building technology fittings, with Kermi residential ventilation systems among other things. The central residential ventilation systems in each residential unit ensure good thermal comfort while saving heating energy with the integrated heat recovery. Some of the apartments have also been fitted with the Kermi Smart Home system which can be used to manage all the energy technology in an extremely efficient and user-friendly way. Apart from that, every apartment is fitted with an electricity-generating solar panel system with a battery storage system to store the power.

Kermi products:

x-well residental ventilation

Smart Home

Photo source: Stadtbau-GmbH Regensburg

Residential complex Prinz-Ludwig-Strasse Regensburg

During the energy-efficient refurbishment of a multi-family residence in the Prinz-Ludwig-Strasse in Regensburg, the owner was confronted with an inefficient one-pipe heating system that was showing its age. The innovative eccolution renovation system made by Kermi was the right solution here: it allows energy-efficient operation of one-pipe systems with modern low temperature heat sources. Without the expense of total renovation, the tenants can now enjoy comfortable heating warmth combined with energy savings of up to 18 %.

Kermi products:

therm-x2 steel panel radiators

eccolution one-pipe heating refurbishment system

Photo source: Kermi GmbH

Apartment blocks Hedderichstrasse Frankfurt

Since summer 2016, the district of Sachsenhausen in Frankfurt am Main got richer by an attractive property development. Four apartment blocks have been built there in one year as a sought-after gap fill As there is great demand for housing due to the shortage of apartments, this project with 48 apartments is a welcome addition for the Main metropolis. In a central position, between Schweizer Strasse and Oppenheimer Landstrasse or respectively Schweizer Platz, the sales prices are comparatively acceptable. Any disadvantage of the location due to its proximity to the railway line has been compensated by special noise protection measures taken by the Projektgesellschaft Hedderichstraße mbH, the company carrying out the work. Sound-insulated windows, a modern ventilation system, glass-fronted balconies combined with a clever room layout now ensure plenty of cosy living space.

Over a total floorspace of 5000 m², Kermi has installed the C17 klett system for residential climate control. The high quality interior fittings with a parquet floor and elegant bathroom ceramics complete the high level of comfort in the apartments

Kermi products:

x-net surface heating

View of Kidono Hattersheim conceptual living, Kermi references (source: Bien-Ries AG)

Photo source: Bien-Ries AG

Bien-Ries AG: Residential design concept Kidono Hattersheim

Currently Bien-Ries AG from Hanau in Hattersheim is working on the "KIDONO" construction project. The 121 privately owned apartments are being built in 7 buildings on an underground garage with around 180 parking spaces. The buildings are characterised by modern lines and energy-saving construction with high quality materials. State-of-the-art heating technology is a part of it as much as complex solar protection glazing.

For this construction project alone, Kermi is supplying more than 900 radiators. They ensure individual feel-good temperature in the highly individual 2 to 5 room apartments. You will find more interesting properties at www.bien-ries.de

Kermi products:

therm-x2 steel panel radiators

Exterior view of Skyline conceptual living in Frankfurt, Kermi references (source: Bien-Ries AG)

Photo source: Bien-Ries AG

Bien-Ries AG: Residential design concept Skyline Frankfurt

Frankfurt - the birth of a new city district. Bien-Ries AG gives the new city district of Riedberg a prominent look. SKYLiNE, a residential design concept from Bien-Ries AG, is created on the South Terrace above the Bonifatius park, distinctive, with a view over the towers of the city. Residing, design and lifestyle form a symbiotic relationship of unusual quality here. Find out about Skyline. The morning over the city, refreshingly direct, the day close enough to touch. The evening, the city glowing with its skyscrapers, the night on the terrace with friends enjoying a cool cocktail. That is a day in Skyline, unique, individual, unmistakeable.

Skyline, a residential design concept from Bien-Ries AG. Kermi is represented in the city villas with around 14,000 m² underfloor heating as well as 138 CREDO II Elektro and offers the residents feel-good warmth in an exciting and interesting residential environment.

Kermi products:

x-net surface heating

design radiators

View of Take5 Hanau conceptual living, Kermi references (source: Bien-Ries AG)

Photo source: Bien-Ries AG

Bien-Ries AG: Residential design concept Take5 Hanau

Bien-Ries AG from Hanau designed the residential design concept "Take5" in Frankfurt Riedberg. This facility is impressive with its modern and clear design. The houses are arranged around a central courtyard which is ideal for a quiet moment or can be used as a community facility. A total of eight different dimensioned apartments are available. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors flood the living space with lots of light and give the impression of a large room. A underground garage with a friendly design is integrated in the residential design concept. The high quality of "Take5" is emphasised by the green roof system and the unusual design of the garden.

Underfloor heating from the x-net programme from Kermi was installed in the residential design concept "Take5". The elegant CREDO bathroom radiators fit perfectly into the unique ambiance of the residential complex.

Kermi products:

x-net surface heating

design radiators

Exterior view of timber-framed building in Bamberg, Kermi references (source: Fam. Henkel/Menzl)

Photo source: Henkel/Menzl family

x-net surface temperature regulation, timber-framed building in Bamberg, Kermi references (source: Fam. Henkel/Menzl)

Fachwerkhaus Bamberg

Bamber is amongst the most attractive towns in Germany. The historic city centre is the largest preserved undamaged of its kind and was therefore listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1993. The Henkel/Menzl family made it their job to extensively restore their half-timbered house which was mentioned in the town chronicles for the first time in 1648.

The old roof tiles, the clay and the compacted soil floors were preserved or reused. To keep the energy consumption of the old house as low as possible, it was completely insulated according to the EnEv (Energy Saving Ordinance for New Buildings). The first and second floor are heated entirely with wall heating from Kermi. This means that no radiators are required and the charm of the building from the Middle Ages is completely retained.

Kermi products:  

x-net surface heating

Photo source: Baugenossenschaft Geretsried eG

Multi-family house Geretsried

During the energy-efficient refurbishment of a multi-family house in Geretsried in Upper Bavaria, the owners were faced with a great challenge. The existing single-pipe heating system in the eighteen apartments was to be connected to a new heat source and needed to work energy-efficiently without any great renovation expense and effort. The solution was provided by the "eccolution" renovation system from Kermi. With the installation of ninety profile radiators with an integrated valve combined with eccolution substructures, up to 18 % higher energy savings are now achieved.

 Kermi products:

therm-x2 steel panel radiators

eccolution one-pipe heating refurbishment system

Exterior view of Kaiserin Augusta Stift (foundation) in Potsdam, Kermi references (source: Prinz von Preussen Bauträgergesellschaft mbH)

Photo source: Prinz von Preussen Bauträgergesellschaft mbH

Empress Augusta Foundation Potsdam

The Empress Augusta Foundation is a building complex in Potsdam which is steeped in history. The foundation has made it their task to give a home to war orphans in need of assistance. The architect A.Kickton built this building in a neo-Gothic style. The lady it was named after, Auguste Victoria, was the wife of Emperor Wilhelm I. She was allowed to live in the best room in the foundation.

In the time of the Russian occupation, the buildings were occupied by the KGB. The chapel of the foundation was used as a military court. In 2005 the Prinz von Preussen Bauträgergesellschaft mbH acquired the listed building and converted it into an exclusive residential complex with high quality, privately owned flats. Kermi ensures that the residents are kept comfortably warm with around 350 steel panel radiators installed.

Kermi products:

therm-x2 steel panel radiators

Exterior view of Werftkontor Flensburg, Kermi references (source: FAB - Ihr Wohn-Veranstalter)

Photo source: FAB - Your residential events coordinator

Werftkontor Flensburg

Flensburg is the northern-most independent town in Germany. Round about 93,000 residents live in the third largest town in Schleswig. The Werftkontor – Flensburg is directly on the east bank of the Flensburg fjord. From there you can enjoy a panoramic view over the inner harbour and the old town. Water, trade and Wilhelminian style villas allow you to experience the charming historic cityscape of Flensburg. Directly in front of the houses you will find the Marina-Werftkontor. It offers sports boats of varying sizes a secure berth. The residential complex Werftkontor has a total of 24 apartments with sizes between 106 and 142 m². In addition to that, three generously proportioned penthouse apartments over two floors were built with a wonderful view over the fjord.

The modern architecture of the five visually detached houses is characterised by a generous open facade design in the shape of diverse balconies, roof terraces and glass frontage, in particular facing the water. The building silhouette of the three middle houses is distinctly different to the two buildings on the wings. However, the number of storeys, colour and material of the various types of buildings is the same so that the overall building complex is perceived to be a harmonious ensemble.

A total of 400 heating panels from the Kermi production were installed in the residential complex Werftkontor in Flensburg. These fit perfectly into the modern feeling of the complex and ensure that the residents are kept comfortably warm.

Kermi products:  

Heating panels

Exterior view (balconies) of Neckarterrassen Heilbronn, Kermi references (source: Stadtsiedlung Heilbronn)

Neckarterrassen Heilbronn

On the nice side of Heilbronn, in beautiful, green surroundings you will find the Neckarterrassen, an exclusive residential complex only around 5 minutes walk from the city. In each of the six-storey city villas, there are 22 apartments and gallery residences. The apartments are high quality and equipped with state-of-the-art technology. For example, the villas have glass lifts with a glass roof as well as underground garages. Special emphasis was placed on a long-lasting, top quality construction. The prestigious situation and the fabulous view from the large, sunny balconies make living in the Neckarterrassen something special. 

Kermi is currently represented in this residential complex with a total of 1464 profile radiators with valve as well as 150 high quality shower enclosures.

Kermi products:  

therm-x2 steel panel radiators

Shower enclosures

Interior view of Neckarterrassen Heilbronn, Kermi references (source: Stadtsiedlung Heilbronn)

Photo source: Stadtsiedlung Heilbronn

Bathroom at Neckarterrassen Heilbronn, Kermi references (source: Stadtsiedlung Heilbronn)
Exterior view of Freiraum Kirchrode residential development in Hanover, Kermi references (source: Delta Bau AG / studio architec)

Photo source: Delta Bau AG / studio architect

Residential complex Freiraum Kirchrode Hanover

Attractive architecture, well conceived outlines, in demand residential location: "Freiraum Kirchrode - passion for living near the zoo" in Hanover is a show property by Delta Bau AG: six four-storey houses, each with their own underground garage, with 50 apartments with a high quality interior finish. Elegant Italian fine stoneware in the kitchen and bathroom as well as oak parquet flooring in the living room and bedroom ensure an exclusive ambiance, underfloor heating in all rooms ensures optimal living comfort. Kermi x-net with a total surface area of 5300 m² ideally supplements the energy-saving heat generation system. At 20 degrees room temperature already, the radiant heat which is considered to be comfortable make it feel warmer that in a conventionally heated room. This means that twelve percent of energy costs can be saved. Pleasantly warm feet and less dust being kicked up are decisive plus points for people buying apartments when compared to the "classic" heating system.

They did not completely do without conventional radiators when deciding on the interior fittings of the apartments. BASIC-50 bathroom radiators ensure pleasantly warm towels and improve the appearance of the bathrooms. The radiator operated electrically becomes an attractive room divider with its exclusive design.

Kermi products:

x-net surface heating

design radiators

Design for Wohnpark Theater Maximus (residential park) in Trier, Kermi references (source: Wohnpark Theater Maximus)

Photo source: Residential park Theater Maximus

Residential park Theater Maximus Trier

Trier was founded more than 2000 years ago by the Romans under the name of "Augusta Treverorum" which makes it the oldest town in Germany. The historical Roman monuments in Trier, such as the Porta Nigra or the amphitheatre have been UNESCO world heritage sites since 1986. Appropriately for the history of the town, on historic ground of the former Roman Circus Maximus, an urban residential complex with a special ambiance was built.

The residential complex "Theater Maximus" distinguishes itself due to its unique position and the consistent use of high quality materials. With great attention to detail, a refuge for sophisticated city living has been created here. Ideal for families and senior citizens, who appreciate the short distance from the town centre, combined with the ability to relax and enjoy life. It is a matter of course that when the residential complex was designed, a great deal of attention was paid to sustainability. So the buildings were built to a low energy standard and where possible, emphasis was placed on fully accessible living.

Appropriate for the high quality and well conceived furnishings of the residential complex, the Kermi x-net underfloor heating system ensure a comfortable distribution of heat in an exclusive environment.

Kermi products:  

x-net surface heating

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