Passive House Blanden / HASA Architects

first_img Passive House Blanden / HASA Architects Products used in this ProjectFiber Cements / CementsEQUITONEFiber Cement Facade Panel TectivaEngineering:Engelen ingenieurs bvbaEnergy Advisor:SVEnergy BVBALandscape Architect:Wim ColletCountry:BelgiumMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Liesbet GoetschalckxText description provided by the architects. Presently energy efficiency is already and will become an increasingly, important parameter in the architectural design process. More and more it overrides architecture generally and daylighting design particularly.Save this picture!© Liesbet GoetschalckxIn this project for the design and realization of an energy efficient one family house, we explored, together with the customer, the frontiers of feasibility.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanWe finalized the plans through an intensive and fascinating design process in cooperation with “The design office of energy and sustainability” (“Het studiebureau energie en duurzaamheid”). We succeeded in combining the energy efficiency standards (“Bouwen volgens de passiefhuisstandaard”) and the particular requirements of the owner and our own architectural vision.Save this picture!© Liesbet GoetschalckxThe trapezoidal form of the terrain defined the volumetric form of this detached house (trapezoidal floor plan). The natural slope led to a “split-level”. This creates a fascinating spatial and visual relation between the different living spaces. All rooms were positioned taking account of an optimal orientation, the contact with the garden and the desired relations with the neighbours.Save this picture!Section CCA well thought-out, energy efficient outside wall with perforations where needed encloses the house and manages the relations between the interior and the exterior. The central open stair well unlocks the different spaces. Interior windows provide additional visual relations. Save this picture!© Liesbet GoetschalckxAn on-site terrace provides outdoor space to the nurseries and the second office. A continuous bar completes the form of the back and protects the interior space from the sun and the rain. The cantilever on the southern façade provides the necessary shadows and the, in the design integrated, covered outdoor space.Save this picture!© Liesbet GoetschalckxThere is plenty of daylight in the house. Many windows have an orientation to the south or to the west, allowing the optimal use of passive sunlight heat gains in the heating season. In the summer the sunlight heat can be controlled and blocked by fixed and mobile sun protection systems. An efficient heat pump takes care of heating and the production of warm water. Photovoltaic cells deliver the electricity for the motor of the heat pump and the other household electricity needs. The hygienic ventilation system is equipped with a very efficient heat exchanger.Save this picture!© Liesbet GoetschalckxThe house is an hybrid between a solid construction and a timber frame house. The massive nucleus provides the house with a highly improved thermal inertia. This is enhanced by lots of exposed concrete: an easily activated mass. This preserves the coolness longer inside in the summer and delivers the stored heat in the winter. Prefab isolated sandwich panels with mineral wool between wooden I-profiles warrant a continuous isolation shell. A lot of attention was given to the airtigthness of the building shell.Save this picture!© Liesbet GoetschalckxProject gallerySee allShow lessScience Precinct, Deakin University / DS ArchitectsSelected ProjectsThrockmorton Renovation / OFFICIALSelected Projects Share Houses “COPY” Photographs Passive House Blanden / HASA ArchitectsSave this projectSavePassive House Blanden / HASA Architects Save this picture!© Liesbet Goetschalckx+ 23Curated by Martita Vial della Maggiora Share CopyAbout this officeHASA – ArchitectenOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBelgiumPublished on October 26, 2018Cite: “Passive House Blanden / HASA Architects” 26 Oct 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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