Sustainable by design 2050

An initiative of the UIA

Velux model home 2020

Activehouse

Sapienza_Universit___di_Roma

Architekturclips

Residence Eulachhof

Residence Eulachhof

Photographer: Huberlendorff

Residence Eulachhof

Photographer: Huberlendorff

Residence Eulachhof

Photographer: Huberlendorff

Residence Eulachhof

Photographer: Huberlendorff

Residence Eulachhof

Photographer: Huberlendorff

Residence Eulachhof

Photographer: Huberlendorff

Residence Eulachhof

Photographer: Huberlendorff

Residence Eulachhof
Residence Eulachhof
Residence Eulachhof
Residence Eulachhof
Residence Eulachhof
Architect
Dietrich Schwarz Architekten, Zurich
Engineers/Specialists
Allianz Suisse, Zurich, Investor, Profond Pension Fund, Ruschlikon, Investor, Allreal Total Contractor, Zurich, Amstein + Waltherth AG, Zurich, Energy Concept
Location
Western Europe - Switzerland - 8400 Winterthur
Climate Zone
temperate
Design status
build
Date of completion
2006
Type
Housing
Site area (m²)
11526
Footprint (m²)
24
GFA (m²)
14512
NFA (m²)
1000
NFA/GFA
0.069
Density
1.259
Gross Volume (GV) (m³)
96.3
Building Costs
55000000 CHF
Building Costs / m² GFA
3789.967
Building Costs / m² NFA
55000
Building Costs / m³ GV
571131.88
Primary Energy (kWh/m²a)
164000
Heating Energy (kWh/m²a)
13.3
Cooling Energy (kWh/m²a)
1185
Cooling / Heating-System

heat pump

Use of renewable ressources - low tech
natural cross ventilation, evapoartive cooling, use of high thermal mass, others
Use of renewable ressources - high tech
solar heating, solar cooling, photovoltaics, heating pump, energy recuperation, energy storage, other
Renewable, recycled, recyclable and innovative materials

GLASSX energy storage glass in south fa├žade

Key Sustainability aspects
solar building integration, public spaces, accessability for disabled, renewable building materials, recycling and reuse, ecological building materials, innovative bulding materials, integrated planning process, low cost design, use of innovative design tools
Social and ethical responsibility

Appartments designed for a balanced mix of all generations, public court yard, shops in groud floors, park in the neighbourhood

Ressource efficiency and environmental impact

Materials from the area: wood. Recicled material: recycled concrete. Almost no excavated material. Underground parking lot between buildings. Use of litter for heating.

Economic lifecycle perfomance

Zero energy standard. All used materials are long living materials.

Contextual performance and impact

Energy gains from photovoltaics are fed to energy grid if not used by the habitants.