Habitation TSL / adn Architectures

  • 26 Nov 2012
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© Filip Dujardin

Architects: adn Architectures
Location: Brussels,
Area: 350 sqm
Year: 2011
Photographs: Filip Dujardin

© Filip Dujardin

TSL project gives us the opportunity to study the design of a new home which will be divided into two themes. The first is that, scouring, habitat projects partitioned in a too strict plot, regardless  the natural topography or solar potential .

© Filip Dujardin

The second theme is energy saving, recurring now for any new construction. Here, in this case, the energy performance of the dwelling correspond to K = 27 and EW = 62.

© Filip Dujardin

Our first response to a specific domain of work is to propose an alternative design of interior spaces in a limited volume and restricted by planning regulations that defy logic.

© Filip Dujardin

The work is a reflection of the cavity determine by significant mass elements of the facades, with the input system, solar gain from the south views where landscape is framed.

© Filip Dujardin

The building takes advantage of the small but significant variation in the terrain. The composition of the project regulated by full and empty. The interior spaces are facing each other by the duality of open and closed spaces.

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