Beardon Eco-House

Torrelodones (Madrid) / Spain / 2010

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Beardon Eco-House 2010 Gabriel Beardon Torrelodones. Madrid 369.40 m2 495,800 euros ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 1. Most Important Goals Perform a 100% sustainable housing, and bioclimatic high, capable of warming itself in cold climates. Make a removable housing with high thermal inertia, low budget, and minimum energy consumption, which incorporates the least amount of artifacts. Conduct a home with a fully surround plant, ie roofs and facades with vegetables (vertical, inclined and horizontal reversed. Conduct a home energy self-sufficient in an urban environment (combination of solar photovoltaics and geothermal energy). 2. Architectural Solution The house is located in the urbanization "Torreclub" Torrelodones in Madrid. The temperatures are extreme (very hot in summer and too cold in winter), and low humidity. The plot is very small and is perfectly oriented to the south, coinciding with the best views, and has a steep slope to the north. The house has three levels. The basement houses two local activities and the engine room. The ground floor houses a lounge, a distributor, an engine room, toilet, kitchen, breakfast room and a guest bedroom with bathroom. The first floor has a bedroom, with dressing and bathroom, two single bedrooms, a living room and a bathroom. The housing structure is tripartite, with a central covered courtyard, which is a potent greenhouse winter and in summer is an effective element for generating streams of soda. 3. Most important innovations - Type of reconfigurable architecture, which allows thermal self-regulation, both with very high temperatures, as low temperatures. In fact, the geothermal system has incorporated a minimum power, and only launched in extreme situations, or when the user wants an extra comfort. - Heating and cooling underfloor geotémica supplied by a pump. - The architectural complex is self-sufficient in water. That is, does not connect to the systems of municipal water supply (although they have maintained in order to have an alternative source of water, if necessary). - Elimination absolute waste. Housing components have been made in the factory, without generating any residue. Similarly, without generating waste mounts and dismounts without generating waste. The key achievements are: absolute industrialization, the design of assembly systems, and the system composition used in the architectural design - Life Cycle infinity. All housing components are designed for mounting on base tronillos dry, nails and pressure. This can be easily removed from the building to be repaired, reused or returned. Thus, the building can last indefinitely, with very low power consumption. - Portability. For independent parts. The set of elements of the dwelling (including garden and the garden sloped vertical) has been designed so it can be assembled and disassembled easily and indefinitely. For this reason, these elements can be transported anywhere, to be easily mounted (less than a week) as many times as necessary. - Extreme flexibility. By design, the housing can be expanded, reduced, or even adopt other types of architectural configuration. Similarly, the interior is virtually transparent, and has been designed to take all possible distribution of spatial partitioning and reconfiguration. - Industrialisation total. All housing components are made in different factories. These components have been assembled in the building's location, giving the building. Not a single component has been made "in situ". Of course, this requires making a good architectural design.
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    Beardon Eco-House 2010 Gabriel Beardon Torrelodones. Madrid 369.40 m2 495,800 euros ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 1. Most Important Goals Perform a 100% sustainable housing, and bioclimatic high, capable of warming itself in cold climates. Make a removable housing with high thermal inertia, low budget, and minimum energy consumption, which incorporates the least amount of artifacts. Conduct a home with a fully surround...

    Project details
    • Year 2010
    • Main structure Masonry
    • Client Gabriel Beardon
    • Cost 495,800
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence
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