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    HOUSE B – STUTTGART 建筑B―斯圖加特/Yonder – Architektur und Design

    以前經常被翻新的1950年代的建筑現在已經重建成了一個著名的,以斯圖加特為基礎的建筑師之家。

    The frequently refurbished 1950s building was to be rebuilt for a well-known, Stuttgart-based family of architects.

    為了保持可持續發展性,現有設施都盡可能地被保存了下來。

    In an effort to work sustainably, the existing building is beeing preserved as much as possible.

    重新建造的房子更加注重空間的組織性,使房子的整體外觀都比較吸引人,并且能更好地確定建筑的可接觸性,除了一些比較極端的斜坡。

    The reconstruction more clearly organizes space, better frames the site’s breathtaking views and ensures the buildings accessibility despite being constructed on a site with an extreme slope.

    在建筑開放的內部有一個連續的流線設計還有一定的文化空間和驚心布置的窗戶。

    The building’s open interior has a continuous flow accented by unique architec-tural spaces and carefully positioned windows.

    最重要的是,這個建筑可以持續提供能源,并且在未來,可以將過剩的能量傳遞到其他電網。

    Most importantly, this construction strives to be Energy-Plus and could, in the future, deliver excess energy to the greater power grid.

    地熱也可以供暖 ,還有很炫酷的地板和天花板。還有可以提供電的屋頂能夠促進電量的持續。

    Geothermal wells are used to heat and cool ceilings and floors. Photovoltaic shingles clad the roof and electric filling stations facilitate the use of e-mobility.

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