Presented in this graduation thesis is the method for energy efficient building design, based on the results of a bioclimatic potential analysis of the location, for which the building has been designed for. I conducted a bioclimatic potential analysis of 21 different Central European locations, with the software tool BcChart. The analysis was conducted based on the average monthly climatological data of the selected locations. Because the results of the bioclimatic potential analysis were very similar to each other, I designed the buildings for only three locations, for which the results were most characteristic. I checked how well the planned building at the selected location responded to the local climate, by putting all three models of houses on all three selected locations, afterward I compared them to each other. I made the comparison by analysing thermal comfort and thermal gains and losses. The two analysis was made using the Sefaira software tool. The results of the thermal comfort analysis showed that the buildings at the location for which they were designed for, compared to other buildings, provide better thermal comfort. The differences between individual building models at all three locations in the analysis of thermal gains and losses are so small that I cannot confirm the link between designing in accordance with bioclimatic potential and higher heat gains and/or smaller heat losses.