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Urban Housing low energy
- Five new housing on the back of a corner lot already occupied partially by a housing nineteenth century building in front of the old quays northwest of the Brussels Pentagon.[...]
The space is open on the side street, but is surrounded by high party walls, built on an islet close to 100% occupancy on the ground.
- The new building stretches along the adjoining vis-à-vis the existing building.[...]
Between the two, a garden allows the passage of light, preserves the privacy of the two buildings and a green breathing in the density of the street. The new building fits in the heart of the island into two separate volumes, reducing the volume. It is divided in the center by a welcoming patio outside stairs covered common, serving five units of one to four bedrooms. Three units are duplex.
All accommodation has an outdoor area, large terrace or garden. The facades are made of plaster on insulation with a prefabricated concrete base. Despite its cut volume, the building is designed to achieve low energy performance, very close to the passive energy.
- Housing (include mixed use)
- Year of conception
- Year of delivery
- CPAS de Bruxelles (Contrat de quartier Les Quais)
- Total budget
- 945 363 €
- Per square meters
- 1.594 €
- 593 m²
- Pierre Van Assche, avec la collaboration de Jean-Philippe De Visscher, ingénieur architecte, et Antoine Bellayew architecte
- Special techniques
- conseiller PEB : Eupalinos (Nicolas Goubau)