F87

Architect:
Werner Sobek, Stuttgart/Germany

Planning time:
2010 – 2011

Construction time:
2011

Services rendered by Werner Sobek:
Design
General planning

Object planning
Facade engineering
Structural engineering
Sustainability & recycling concept
MEP engineering

Photographer:
Matthias Koslik, Berlin/Germany

F87 (Efficiency House Plus with Electromobility) was developed by an interdisciplinary team under the direction of Professor Werner Sobek. The design demonstrates the potential of actively coupling energy flows between electric vehicles and our built environment. This concept is architecturally embodied through a striking glass showcase in which all of the core technical systems are laid out prominently to form a full-scale living display.The project not only illustrates the feasibility of building future single-family homes which generate a significant surplus of energy – enough to power the electric vehicles of their occupants – but also demonstrates how future buildings can be designed and built to allow for complete disassembly and recycling at the end of their life cycle. The holistic planning approach employed by the interdisciplinary design team takes the scope of „sustainable design“ to a new level, incorporating energy and material concepts which surpass the standards set by previous milestone projects such as the SolarDecathlon competition.

 

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