Single-family house up to 1948

This detached and semi-detached building type up to 1948 is a single, semi-detached or terraced building with one or two floors (in the case of single floors, usually a converted attic floor), mostly as a plastered masonry building (frequently: quarry stone, brick, less frequently: aerated concrete, sand-lime brick), but also regionally in timber construction (e.g. half-timbered, ole-timber cottages).


Floor areas


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Building material

Material composition indicators (t)

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IDBuilding material groupTotalFoundationExterior wallInterior wallCeilingRoof

Raw material categories (t)

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Mineral raw material categories


Waste categories (t)

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Mineral waste categories


Material-induced emissions (kg)

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