The second Meet a Member Meeting of the Luxembourg Wood Cluster took place at the premises of Tomwood in Senningerberg. In total, 35 Wood Cluster members from different industries within the wood sector joined the event.

After a presentation of the Tomwood concept, participants visited the wood frame house which is comfortable, passive and sustainable.

In line with the Energy Performance of Buildings (NZEB ) Directive, the building guarantees the AAA rating class. Also, the building is sustainable according to the 46 criteria of the new prime House 2017 legislation. This 134 m² house allows you to discover the quality of implementation, the comfort of wood and the use of sustainable materials in a functional and modern home.

The event ended with a networking cocktail.


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