NEWTONPROJEKT Haus 1, Berlin Adlershof

  • Project type : New Construction
  • Building Type : Collective housing < 50m
  • Construction Year : 2018
  • Delivery year : 2018
  • Climate zone : [Dfb] Humid Continental Mild Summer, Wet All Year
  • Net Floor Area : 1 085 m2
  • Construction/refurbishment cost : 2 065 830 €
  • Number of Dwelling : 13 Dwelling
  • Cost/m2 : 1 904 €/m2
  • Cost/Dwelling : 158 910 €/Dwelling

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    Green Solutions Awards 2019 - Buildings

    Energy & Temperate Climates

    ✔ Fulfillment of the plus-energy standard , the planning of the building technology takes place under application of a KfW-Effizienzhaus 40 Plus standard and fulfills the Plus package. It is assumed that in practice, almost a negative annual final energy requirement is achieved.
    ✔ Reduction of CO2 emissions
    ✔ Implementation of renewable resources implemented in the building envelope.
    ✔ Use of a photovoltaic system and battery storage . The battery system allows the use of more than 50% electric current .
    ✔ The heat is supplied by the in-house solar thermal system . Surpluses are fed into the district heating network. ✔ Decentralized water heating to further reduce energy consumption.
    Rainwater infiltration. All rainwater is in a combination of superficial infiltration and trenches.

    Low operating costs due to the high and future-oriented construction quality of the project.
    Resource optimization in the planning phase. The facade elements could be carried out non-supporting due to the Schottenbauweise in order to reduce their overall strength.
    ✔ The future adaptability of the apartments was considered in the floor plan design.

    Achitecture / DESIGN
    ✔ Development of individual solutions according to the needs of the clients.
    Innovative façade system through the integration of PV modules in the façade.

    Integrative planning approach implemented together with builders, 3 architects' offices and specialist engineers and integrated into a research project of the DBU.


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