Building Physics

Thermally balanced

Thermal building physics addresses the phenomena of heat and moisture transportation in buildings and structural components. The aim of thermal building physical design is to avoid damages through moisture and temperature impact and also to reduce heat loss through the building envelope, in coordination with and across all construction trades and technical building services. 

When it comes to a sustainable building approach, it is essential to have an energy-saving and energy-efficient building envelope. Whether your project is for a new construction or a refurbishment, optimising a building’s physical performance is a hugely beneficial component of the design process for ensuring that the increasing demands of building regulations are met.

Lindner covers all fields of building physics for our international clients in interior fit-out and facade construction. We take care of your project from beginning to end, starting with an assessment of existing structures and the design and specification of the most suitable materials and solutions through to supervising its successful completion.


  • heat loss calculation
  • U-value calculation
  • sun and heat protection
  • condensation protection
  • material load calculation
  • energy conservation and thermal building efficiency