Green Meadow - Sustainable Housing of Tomorrow

Studenteropgave: Master afgangsprojekt

  • Christian Rejkjær Bülow
  • Tanja Krogh Andersen
4. semester, Arkitektur, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
The project takes offset in the issue of the ever continuing need for housing and an increase in size that renders the stricter building regulations almost indifferent. Through state-of-the-art research, the project works with the topic of small living and living in communities, while investigating how to ensure quality of living.

The project focuses on lowering life cycle energy, both through the energy used for materials and for opeating the building afterwards. Using LCA to examine materials in correlation to indoor environment and exspression, the project revolves around the use of passive and active strategies to develop the optimal design.

The result is realized on a site in Skæring, Denmark with 80 new homes, ranging from 73-91 m2. The project is based upon ensuring the qualities of the single family home, into a smaller and more common housing unit, through built-in furniture, multifunctionality and flexibility. Furthermore, the units are optimized acording to energy use and leaves the total use of a life time, much smaller, than for the modern single family home.
SprogEngelsk
Udgivelsesdato28 maj 2020
Antal sider158
ID: 333114753