Renovation of old buildings

Renovating an old building is a demanding task. Whether it is Grandma's little bungalow or a charming, historic old building that is being renovated, effective insulation and energy efficiency are essential in the renovation project. Find an overview of the use of sheep's wool insulation in the renovation of old buildings here.

Shelbourne Hotel Dublin, IE

The sophisticated 5* hotel with its noble brick façade has a history of almost two hundred years. During the renovation of this exclusive hotel, the ceiling and the attic were insulated with sheep's wool. 

Client: Kennedy Wilson | Architect: Lindsay Conservation Architects | Executing: Acol Ltd - Specialised Building Restoration


Company building Multikraft, AT

The climate-neutral family business Multikraft has renovated its company building in the 350-year-old Hausruck-Hof in an energy-saving way and used high-quality sheep's wool insulation for the roof, floor and partly the walls.

Client: Firma Multikraft | Architect: Architecturbüro Arkade ZT GmbH | Implementation: Hema Holzbau


House Höfler, AT

Sheep's wool insulation is in the facade of the renovated single-family house: both in the upper wooden structure and in the lower plastered storey.

Client: Familie Höfler | Wooden facade: Company Buchner | Plaster facade: Company Kern