LIVING ROOM HOUSE BOIS D'ANGERS 2009
Passive solar house in the golden ratio
Location of realization: Sarthe (72)
Architect: Gilles Poulain Architecture (72)
Company: Glot Framing (72)
Engineering office: Armoriques Etudes (35)
Composition of the plan and elevations from the golden number, walls in biobrique on the ground floor and wood frame upstairs, underfloor heating, passive solar heating, ventilation by Canadian well, duck feather insulation, framing untreated Douglas-fir, Kerto glass roofs, reshaped poplar cladding, zinc roofing on veneers, aluminum joinery with thermal break with wooden shutters, lime plaster, brick partitioning, wood floors, glued acacia parquet, shoji and ash stairs, crawling interiors in cp veneered waxed ash.
Environmental concern is central in this type of project. Materials, their recycling, air by the Canadian well, water by rainwater recovery, supply by the use of local wood, poplar for the cladding, Douglas for the structure, chestnut for the terrace, feather for the solation... a concern that goes hand in hand with an inscription in the history of ideas because our environment is not limited to our physical universe.
© Palmarès Salon Wood House Angers 2009
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