Multi-party residential building
with daylight underground car park
and in-roof PV system
Here you can see our design or the 3D visualizations of a multi-apartment building with a total of 7 apartments on 4 floors, daylight-guided underground parking with wooden lamella facade and a solar / in-roof PV system.
FLOOR PLAN CONCEPT – ORGANIZATION
The floor plans of the above-ground floors organize over two slightly offset structures connected by a common stairwell.
The offset of the two crossbars (axis 2-3 and axis 4-5) makes it possible to partially capture the light spill from the east and south into both structures.
The floor plan of the apartments were organized as much as possible in flowing floor plans, which means that you go from one function to the next in the floor plans. This essentially eliminates the need for corridors that can only be used on one side, thereby increasing the usable living space.
In the area of the first floor level, attention was paid in the area of outdoor facilities to the fact that the apartments TOP 2 and 3 receive an attractive garden area.
In addition, in the area of the underground parking garage exit, there is space for the general garden area in which the playground is also integrated.
According to the building authorities, 1.5 parking spaces are required per apartment -> 7×1.5=10.5 -> SUM 11 parking spaces.
These were organized entirely in an underground garage.
If additional parking spaces are still desired, they could be provided in the area of the underground parking garage access.
In the basic building structure, among other things, emphasis was placed on ensuring that the load-bearing structures are neatly and coherently superimposed.
Therefore, the baths are also located one above the other and thus allow a clean routing of the lines.
The columns in the underground garage are located near the load-bearing structures of the levels above.
The present design is based on one main bar (east-west) which is subdivided by two staggered crossbars.
With the same eaves heights, the ridge heights differ, which is intended to give the geometry a comprehensible logic between the main and cross be ams.
The basement serves as a foundation, acting as a pedestal on which the above-ground floors are placed.
The crossbars are modeled on the verandas typical of the Salzkammergut region and given a contemporary architectural interpretation.
By arranging the parking spaces in an underground garage, the sealing at the level of the first floor can be reduced to a minimum.
Through the greening in the area of the ceiling above basement level (also the ramp roofing) areas can be unsealed and with regard to
of surface water storage, the cooling effect of green spaces, and the preservation of recreational areas for future residents will continue to perform important and sustainable functions in the future.
Wooden slats were provided along the underground parking ramp to match the slab and terrain.
In combination with the tree shaft will create a friendly and natural light underground parking.
ENERGY SYSTEM – PV SYSTEM
In the area of the basement would be provided a technical room, which allows to install any type of heating.
It would also be considered to use the entire roof area for the installation of a solar system.
The solar installation would also be the roofing at the same time. One can use solar thermal systems (hot water)
combine with a PV system (electricity). The goal is to get as much energy from solar power as possible.
What is the relationship of these solar systems to each other and with what heating
The way in which the system is supplemented can be worked out in the course of precise building services planning.