House Nordlicht Monolithic Bungalow by Buro Florian Schatz

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
House Nordlicht

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Monolithic Bungalow

INSPIRATION:
How to design for a former stonemason who wants a simple building without any joints and reveals? The monolithic structure follows the formal principles of curating space and framing the surrounding landscape through solid and void. The modern interpretation of the traditional vernacular architecture of the region, a single storey volume with an extensive overhanging roof withstands the harsh climate in winter, and hot temperature in summer becomes an inhabitable seamless sculpture cast in concrete

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Situated in the Bavarian-Bohemian Forest Natural Park the single storey bungalow is a massive cast in lightweight thermal concrete. 60cm thick monolithic walls and a large roof entirely crafted in concrete with cellular glass aggregates fulfils the taught Energy Saving Ordinance of Germany. The primary energy consumption of the building is only 32 kWh/m2. Pines from the nearby forest make the formwork and become eternal as an imprint on the surface of the concrete.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The single storey bungalow follows the natural topography lines of the site. Each space offers a carefully arranged view over the magnificent landscape of rolling hills and the nearby forest. An open space concept of living, kitchen and dining defines the southern side of the house. Bedroom, studio and study room are unfolding towards the East and the North under one enormous roof. A cubic dormer offers a family room framing the horizon behind a gentle hill towards the sunset.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
2017-2018 in D94086 Waldkirchen, Germany

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Building Materials, Construction Components, Structures & Systems Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Due to the required aggregates and limited mixing facilities, the concrete has to be transported more than 60min and becomes less fluid. During the vibration process, the aggregates start to segregate, and hollow spaces and cavities might appear on the concrete wall surface or inside the reinforcement, where concrete could not reach. The exothermic concrete process in the thickness of the wall is heating the mass up to 80 degrees. As a solution during construction, it is cooled down before casting with iced water. Also, cold water pipes in the walls are cooling the walls from inside during the curing process.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Building envelope 920.22 m2 Building volume 895.05 m3 Heated volume 680.25m3 GFA 286.42 m2 Window Area 104.52 m2 Wall d=60cm, lambda value 0.45 W per mK, u value 0.66 W per m2K Primary Energy 32 kWh per m2 with Timber pellet and Solar Heating

TAGS:
thermal, leightweight, concrete, monolithic, bungalow, house, cast

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Future generations will have to deal with millions of m3 of hazardous non-biodegradable external thermal polystyrene insulation waste. The project aims to be more responsible and to create more value in constructing and building a sustainable low energy house. Beside renewable wooden pellet heating systems, solar warm water and an internal heating and cooling circular floor systems, the envelope of the house is made of a solid cast of lightweight thermal concrete with foam glass and natural clay aggregates. The building has an A-plus low energetic performance

CHALLENGE:
Due to aggregates and limited mixing facilities, the concrete travels more than 60min and becomes less fluid. During the vibration process the aggregates start to segregate, and hollow spaces and cavities appear on the concrete wall surface. The exothermic concrete process in the thickness of the wall is heating of the mass up to 80 degrees and is cooled down before casting with iced water. In addition, water pipes in the walls are cooling the walls from inside during the curing process.

ADDED DATE:
2017-12-12 10:09:31

TEAM MEMBERS (5) :
Florian Schätz, Astrid Mayadinta, Zuliandi Azli , Veit-Energie Team and IB-Wolf Ingenieure

IMAGE CREDITS:
images by FACE2050 | Florian Schätz

PATENTS/COPYRIGHTS:
copyright by FACE2050 | Florian Schätz, 2017

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
FACE2050 |Büro Florian Schätz

PROFILE:
FACE2050 is a multidisciplinary design firm that crafts high quality architectural products.The studio’s unique, versatile and novel approach comes with a high level of creativity, synergy and commitment to each client’s aspiration.

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House Nordlicht Monolithic Bungalow by Buro Florian Schatz is a Nominee in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category.

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House Nordlicht Monolithic Bungalow by Buro Florian Schatz is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2017 - 2018.



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