The sustainable “Villa S2 IJburg” is the most recent MARC Architects‘s project in the IJburg region of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The design and style of the villa balance formed in between technologies, function, price and aesthetics. The whole is thus not only beautiful but also intelligent with high good quality and attention to sustainable elements. Where the exterior is characterized by sustainable and natural supplies, the residence is also energy efficient and zero power.
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Description of the home
“The property has a technically superior detailing and finish at the service of spatial style. Closed front parts are coated with white stone panels making the residence in summer time is less require to be refrigerated. For the wooden façade components produced use of Nobel Wood ® with a warm and all-natural appear. As an alternative to tropical hardwood has made the selection to Nobel Wood ®, modified wood primarily based biopolymerisatie. The wood is of biopolymers from sugar cane to the core modified. The outcome is a solution with the appearance of higher-quality hardwoods. The base is pine wood comes from sustainably managed forests according to FSC certification.
Basis for DUBOkeur ® assessment is an analysis of fifteen as the environmental influence of CO2 on the greenhouse impact. Diverse merchandise are compared with every other on the basis of scientific LCA information. This means that the environmental life cycle evaluation of a product ‘from cradle to grave’ is calculated. In the range from cradle to grave are 3 phases: phase of production, use and maintenance phase and end of life phase.
In addition to the restricted environmental impact is an critical aspect for Nobel Wood ® within the application in the Villa S2 IJburg the steady aging. Since there is only error-cost-free sapwood is used for the production of Nobel Wood ® is the material is homogeneous. As a outcome, there is a uniform aging of the material. This fits well with the sleek modern style with the cube as the standard kind.”
Photos courtesy of MARC Architects
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