In the thesis a two story reinforced concrete building built according to the system JUBHome is designed. JUBHome is an energy efficient system, which composed of the following subassemblages: JUBHome BASE, JUBHome WALL, JUBHome FLOOR and JUBHome ROOF. The study presented in the thesis was limited to design of foundation sub-assemblage and the wall. The guidelines for design of such systems were developed at the Institute of Structural Engineering, Earthquake Engineering and Construction IT (FGG-IKPIR). The
design is based on the target risk and the experimental investigations which performed at the Faculty of Civil and Geodetic engineering (FGG). In the first part of the thesis the guidelines for earthquake-resistant design of JUBHome buildings is presented. Follows the description of the investigated building and response spectrum analysis, which was performed by program SAP2000. The flexibility of thermal insulation under the foundation slab was modeled in approximate manner. It was proved that the conditions against the overturning and the sliding of the building are satisfied and that the stresses in the thermal insulation do
not exceed the capacity. The selected wall was then designed in order to achieve adequate shear and flexural strength. The reinforcement plan for the designed wall is presented at the end of the thesis.