Huf Haus brings its modern timber-frame architecture houses to Dumbrava Vlasiei residential project


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German prefab manufacturer Huf Haus launched Friday two presentation houses in Romania, hosted by Dumbrava Vlasiei, a premium residential project in Balotesti, near Bucharest.

“Huf Haus is much more than business; is an inheritance georg-huf-managing-director-huf-haustransmitted in our family since 1912. With a tradition of over a century of excellence, Huf Haus has become a standard in modern architecture worldwide, which comes together with the promise to deliver timbered buildings of the highest quality. Both houses – ART and Modum models – that we have built in Romania are representative for what Huf Haus concept means: to live in harmony with nature,” Georg Huf (photo), director of the family-owned German company stated.

One house model costs EUR 1.2 million, while the other one has a price tag of EUR 3 million. The houses have incorporated the latest technology, which turns them into smart homes. KNX technology allows the customer to adjust the consumption of light, heat, fresh air and shutters, increasing the house’s energy efficiency.

Both buildings have been manufactured exclusively at the Huf Haus factory in Hartenfels, Germany.

Dumbrava Vlasiei residential development recommends itself as Eastern Europe’s first ‘show village’, featuring projects of Romanian architects and housing from German builders, members of the BDF (Bundesverband Deutscher Fertibau E.V.).

Dumbrava Vlasiei is developed by Loreco Investments, a real-estate company owned by Romanian entrepreneur Rey Muraru. The project in Balotesti is based on five phases of development on a plot of 90 hectares.

The residential complex will have its own infrastructure, with 24,000 meters of roads and 4,000 meters of optics fiber. The first phase covers 20 hectares and offers over 50 plots with an area between 500 and 1,000 square meters. Also, the first complex will have a modern park with an area of 2.5 hectares, which will include an amphitheater and playgrounds.

The developer has invested EUR 40 million to date in buying lands and setting up the infrastructure connections including water, electricity and roads.

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