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Green Architecture of KIKO House by Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten

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by esuryono last modified Feb 16, 2012

KIKO House was designed by Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten at he base of the Tyrol mountains in Austria. At the beginning, the client did not concern about the green architecture, only the aesthetic aspect. One year after its completion showed a great performance on energy use, even lower than a good Austrian  Passive House standard. The client wanted this  sustainable architecture building [...]




 

 

KIKO House was designed by Ohnmacht Flamm Architekten at he base of the Tyrol mountains in Austria. At the beginning, the client did not concern about the green architecture, only the aesthetic aspect. One year after its completion showed a great performance on energy use, even lower than a good Austrian  Passive House standard.

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The client wanted this  sustainable architecture building to have a good relationship between the indoor and the natural outdoor. They desired to have a generous living space connected to garden and landscape, while their daughters imagined a tower, in which spaces are piled up high. These were achieved by tucking away the garages and the secondary rooms, which were packed into two green boxes, on the edge of the property. Between the two green boxes, there is a large living space opened to the garden. Bedrooms and children spaces were located above, hovering. There are transparent bubble chair and windows that allow them to admire the wonderful view.

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Alternative energy source is used, solar panels in the roof. Passive design was applied in this sustainable house. Insulation and great performance glazing were used to protect the house from heat loss. A shed roof allows soft northern light to penetrate deep into the home, providing natural dayligting.

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Although it was built among a dense and heterogeneous  neighborhood, this eco construction may provide a good view experiences for the inhabitants, providing a great retreat and regeneration place, upported by its great energy efficiency.

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