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Small ventilation in a tiny place!
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June 11, 2015

Small ventilation in a tiny place!

Greenlandic houses are small and are not very energy efficient, but when the building has good thermal properties you can put in the mechanical ventilation system. And that is what was done in one of the houses from 1980s called Tuapannguanut in Sisimiut, Greenland. The people in Sisimiut called this house Lego house and there is a tiny technical room with size under two square meters.

Lego house from www.ini.gl

This house is usually rented out so lets see what the renters will say about it and how they will appreciate the good climate indoors.

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Image of installation by Martin Kotol and image of Lego houses by www.ini.gl.