The interior design should reflect our main architectural ideas just like the exteri-or design. Basically, we want to plan an open and flexible room concept that can be used by the majority of the population. It is not only intended to create high-quality new living space, but also to upgrade the existing building. We attach great importance to a barrier-free / low-barrier design. We also want all the used materials to be as sustainably as possible for them to have a positive effect on the quality of the room. The architecture should have a noticeable influence on the indoor air quality and well- being. An exemplary living space can be seen in the following illustration, which shows our demonstration unit for the Solar Decathlon in Wuppertal.
Building materials are responsible for appr. 10% and production, operation and modernization even 40% of global CO2 emissions, which accounts for a very large proportion of total CO2 emissions. It is time to develop concepts and show how it is possible to change one's way of life and also to reduce the consumption of resources – especially because urbanization and thus building demands increase globally. During the Solar Decathlon, our team Deeply High develops the most environmentally friendly solution for redensification in Kiel (Germany) by developing an integrative vertical extension for existing buildings. In the following illustration you can learn more about the individual components of our concept.
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Supported by: on the basis of a decisionby the German Bundestag
Our general conception Building materials are responsible for appr. 10% and production, operation and modernization even 40% of global CO2 emissions, which accounts for a very large proportion of total CO2 emissions. It is time to develop concepts and show how it is possible to change one's way of life and also to reduce the consumption of resources – especially because urbanization and this building demands increase globally. During the Solar Decathlon, our team Deeply High develops the most environmentally friendly solution for redensification in Kiel (Germany) by developing an integrative vertical extension for existing buildings. In the following illustration you can learn more about the individual components of our concept.
Interior Design The interior design should reflect our main architectural ideas just like the exteri-or design. Basically, we want to plan an open and flexible room concept that can be used by the majority of the population. It is not only intended to create high-quality new living space, but also to upgrade the existing building. We attach great importance to a barrier-free / low-barrier design. We also want all the used materials to be as sustainably as possible for them to have a positive effect on the quality of the room. The architecture should have a noticeable influence on the indoor air quality and well- being. An exemplary living space can be seen in the following illustration, which shows our demonstration unit for the Solar Decathlon in Wuppertal.
solar thermal system Solutions for renewable energies are being developed that not only include standardized solutions such as photovoltaics, but also include algaetecture with algae from the Baltic Sea.
roof garden Urban gardening shall not only serve biodiversity and coo- ling of city temperatures, but also increase the awareness for regional food and community gardening.
Movable wall The apartment becomes a flexible living space, because there is a sliding wall included. This makes it possible to vary the size of the different rooms according to their current use.Thus, the bedroom can be enlarged in the evening, so that the fold-down bed fits well into the room and the living area can gain in size during the day when the bed is folded up and the wall slides in. Wall construction The teams solutions include sustainable material choices with a high urban mining and recycling potential from locally available resources. Therefore the construction uses a wooden post and beam construction and hemp for insulation, because it has a positive energy balance due to high sustainability and extremely good insulation properties.
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