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Curious pioneers

We love exciting challenges

There’s nothing that can’t be done. That is why many of our solutions had first to be invented in order to become possible. But, we are not only unconventional, we are quick, spontaneous and spirited. And we have to be. Because we live from inventing new products. And we love it.


Wolfgang Hubner is Managing Director of the institute for flat-roof construction and structural waterproofing (Institut für Flachdachbau und Bauwerksabdichtung). In an interview with the ISOCELLER, he discusses building monitoring, a major topic for the future of the construction industry.


“Houses need to be more than just beautiful”

Christina Krimbacher wrote her diploma thesis on Passive Houses back when 
this construction approach was often the subject of ridicule. The architect and planner on her firm belief in sustainability and the threat posed by low-quality new buildings



25 years Isocell

ISOCELL is celebrating a birthday. For the past 25 years the company has been committed to delivering a more sustainable future in house building. On this anniversary, the founder and managing director, Anton Spitaler, talks about the role of clients as pioneers and future possibilities.


“We have established a trend“

Gabriele Leibetseder is the authorized representative of ISOCELL

As such, she is expert for the world of sustainable innovations. But not only that. This where all the company’s green ideas are gathered. “We ISOCELLERS are a little different – in the positive sense,“ comments the perhaps most passionate ISOCELLER of all. ISOCELL staff think independently and innovatively. The pioneer spirit and a positive attitude are not just catch phrases at ISOCELL, but are actually lived.


The issues of tomorrow

Innovations in the field of timber-processing

Josef Putzhammer and Christian Nöhammer are responsible for Research and Development at ISOCELL. ISOCELL’s two technical experts explain what innovations are already being used in the wood construction market and why the focus has recently been on waterproofing the base of a building.


“When I insulate well the technology is not important.“

Kay Künzel is expert for green architecture

He counts on passive houses and energy-efficient construction and is an approved expert for acoustic and thermal protection. And: Kay Künzel cannot understand the culture of questioning “When does it pay off?“ with regard to house construction. “I don’t ask this question when I buy a pair of pants, either.“