The owners of this bungalow build for the future: They not only create a barrier-free living environment, but also make energy-efficient provisions. A large photovoltaic system will be installed on the flat, sloping roof, which will supply the house with free solar power. 

So that this can also be used when the sun is not shining from the sky, the building owners will also have a battery storage system so they can live largely independently of the big energy companies. The low heat requirement is covered by an energy-efficient air-water heat pump. Controlled living space ventilation provides fresh air, which thanks to the heat recovery also contributes to the temperature control of the house.

Last but not least, the well-insulated outer wall contributes to the good energy balance. The construction material wood, which comes from sustainably managed forests, forms the basis of the construction. It is assembled into a multi-layer frame structure. Combined with high-performance thermal insulation, this creates houses that already exceed the statutory requirements for energy consumption as standard.

Floor Plans


Plan Details

The house with single floor
Bedrooms: 3
Garage Type: no garage
Total Heated Area: 2187 sq.ft
1st Floor: 2187 sq.ft
2nd Floor — 0
Width — 63′3″
Depth — 55′10″
Roof — shed, flat
Wall framing — wood frame
Cladding: stucco
Foundation type — Slab
Outdoor living:
Windows: panoramic windows, skylight window
Max Ridge Height 7.2