Event venue - LETŇANY


The FOR PASIV Trade Fair to offer the state-of the-art trends in the field of passive buildings. The event will include also the Cesty dřeva (All About Wood) and Střechy Praha (Roofs Prague) Trade Fairs

Are you planning construction or renovation of a house? Are you running a firm operating in the field of the wood-processing industry or are you a craftsman? If yes, then please welcome to the Trade Fair of Low-energy, Passive and Zero-energy Building FOR PASIV and simultaneously held Trade Fairs CESTY DŘEVA (ALL ABOUT WOOD) and STŘECHY PRAHA (ROOFS PRAGUE). The trade fairs will be held from 9 to 11 February 2017 at the PVA EXPO PRAGUE Exhibition Centre in Letňany.


The FOR PASIV Trade Fair will introduce all about passive buildings, walled as well as wooden buildings, and an advisory centre is prepared for you as well.


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DO YOU KNOW THAT... a passive house can be built almost from anything? ________________________________________

The most suitable constructions for passive houses are those which are able to ensure high-quality insulation capacities at the lowest possible thickness of walls. Selection of the construction material is influenced by construction costs as well as directly by useful characteristics or other advantages of the given type of constructions. As far as the final appearance of the construction is concerned, the selection of the constructional material does not have almost any influence. After the plastering phase it is almost impossible to differ wooden buildings from walled houses and on the other hand, some solid constructions lined with larch wood look as wooden buildings.



You can obtain more information on these topics from 9 to 11 February 2017 at the FOR PASIV Trade Fair, or visit the web site



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FOR PASIV - 2016 stats:

  • Exhibitors: 120
  • Countries represented: 3
  • Net exhibition area: 2 460 m2
  • Visitors: 19 705
  • Accredited journalists: 100

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