Architecture

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

The development of passive and active housing goes fast both in Norway in other countries. Here you will see the year’s prize winner in Austria, a country with weather conditions just like in Norway.

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

Quite a lot of people have long thought that energy-saving environmental houses such as townhouses, passive and active houses are good and good. But in terms of architecture and design, these environmental houses have not been perceived as particularly exciting.

Developments in this area, however, are moving really fast, and in Norway and in the forefront as Germany and Austria there are still tough things.

This sun house is a prize winner

The “Sunlighthuset” located a little distance outside of Vienna in Austria is such an example.

It was designed by Juri Troy in Juri Troy architects, a company that has been presented in the trend magazine Wallpaper. This residence has recently been honored several times for its architecture and environmental friendliness. See Statspreis and Green Good Design 2012

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

TRY THROUGH: Sunlighthouse designed by architect Juri Troy has a dramatic profile. Photo: Adam Mørk

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

LARGE OPENINGS: Sunlighthouse by night. In this picture all window openings look extraordinary. Photo: Adam Mørk

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

IMPORTANT: The many sloping surfaces make Sunlighthouse change a lot from what side you see it from. Photo: Adam Mørk

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

THANKS THAT CALLS THE SUN: Here you can see all the big solar collectors on the roof clearly. They give the house an energy surplus. Photo: Adam Mørk

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

DESIGN FOR FUTURE The house style expression emphasizes that this is a special building. Photo: Adam Mørk

A Stylish House for the Future

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

Architect Juri Troy Photo: Velux

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

Here you will not get power costs

– This home meets the new, strictly so-called climate requirements and is highly sculptured, says art historian and museum director Nils Anker to Bonytt. no.

The architects behind, Hein Troy Architect, are among other things known for transforming a traditional 1950s brick villa into a state-of-the-art, funkis-inspired property in wood, says the stylist.

Performed at the fingertips

He notes that the house is excellently located in the terrain and is good with views and lightning. The way the materials are used in all rooms and levels in the house reminds of what is called Gesamtkunstwerk.

This means that the architect completes the house he has drawn down to the very smallest detail.

Anker also adds that climate adaptations in houses are not a new phenomenon in the alpine lands.

In 1912, Swiss Le Corbusier designed a villa, Villa Maison Blanche, with its parents, including double glass.

This resulted in more comfort and stable warmth in this house than usual at this time.

The architect describes the benefits of the asset house

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

Sunlighthouse has a carefully arranged heat-saving system. Photo: Drawing: The Architect

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

MOT ALPEFJELL: From this covered outdoor space there is a heavenly view. Photo: Adam Mørk

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

A BALANSE ENVIRONMENT: Bright and delicious with white-lined pine walls. Photo: Adam Mørk

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

HOT HEAT: The residents have plenty of space in the niche in the wide, extra-insulated exterior wall of the living room. Photo: WINKELMANN

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

UNDER OVERLIGHT: Good room in the active house. Photo: WINKELMANN

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

IMPLEMENTED INTERIOR: The living room in Sunlighthouse is very bright and friendly, such as the rest of the rooms in the house. Photo: WINKELMANN

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

FULL CONTACT: The dining room is located near the entrance hall. Photo: WINKELMANN

– Sunlighthouse is an active house. This means that it produces more energy than it needs for the construction of it, heating, and operation of the building. Over thirty years, this house’s so-called ecological footprint will be abandoned, says architect Juri Troy in Vienna to Bonytt.com

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– To achieve this, we only used organic materials, renewable energy only and a house design that fits perfectly on the slightly difficult, steep plot of Pressbaum explains Troy.

The house is built to fit a family with children, and the housing has fitted measuring equipment that continuously monitors the energy consumption of the building.

Behind this ecological dream house, with views of both high mountain peaks and green meadows, it is carefully planned of all the technical that can help save energy.

Heavy solar collectors provide hot water

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

FREE SIGHT: Here you can see how open to nature this house is made. Photo: Adam Mørk

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

HARMONIC ROOM: The kids also had simple, very stylish rooms. Photo: WINKELMANN

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

COMPACT CONSTRUCTION: This image shows how thick walls and large openings are in Sunlighthouse. Photo: Adam Dark

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

A BEAUTIFUL ROOM: Sleep sweet in Sunlighthouse Photo: WINKELMANN

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

ARCHITECT’S TRYGGE GREP: Active children’s activity house has rooms with wall-mounted decor. Photo: WINKELMANN

S the oasis façade has a very unusual, dramatic break. This grip is not random. This is the best place to place the house’s collectors on 43 square meters.

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

This house makes more energy than it uses

In addition, the house has 8 square meters of solar collectors designed for the production of hot water. Sunlighthouse also has a heat recovery system and a high-performance heat pump.

The large windows and the clean, white-glazed interior are both delicious and energy-saving. These flats reflect the light in a beautiful way and reduce the need for indoor lighting. The house’s window area is 42% of the floor area of ​​the building.

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Forget the bill of electricity in this house

FULL OVERVIEW: The house has a range of built-in light and drive control systems. Photo: WINKELMANN

Forget the bill of electricity in this house

THE FULL FAMILY GET GOOD PLACE: The exit of the Sunlighthouse is open and very clear. Photo: WINKELMANN

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