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ABITA - Architettura Bioecologica e Innovazione Tecnologica per l’Ambiente
NEARLY ZERO ENERGY BUILDINGS e
la Tecnologia dell’Architettura in chiave sostenibile
Ing. Giuseppina Alcamo
Centro ABITA – Dipartimento Di Architettura DiDA
Via S. Niccolo’ 93 – Firenze
Tel. +39.055.2055529
Fax. +39.055.2055599
e-mail: [email protected]
www.centroabita/unifi.it
“The Straw Bale House” – Sara Wigglesworth & Jeremy Till
View from the street
Tower & garden roof
Straw & tree
Straw bale window
View from the garden
Garden elevation
Kitchen and dining room
View from the train
Sandbag
and
cloth wall to office
“Archetype house – London”
“The Oxford Ecohouse” , Sue Roaf
How to catch the sun
Dr Susan Roaf’s house faces south so that the solar
panels on the roof get the maximum sun throughout
the year
Electric car is
recharged
from the roof
during
afternoon
The excess electricity generated on sunny days is
also used to power a Kewet EI Set electric car
Materials/element
Walls: Brick/block
(0,22 W/m2K)
Floor: 150 mm insulation (0,19 W/m2K)
Roof: 250 mm insulation (0,14 W/m2K)
Windows: triple glazed
(1,30 W/m2K)
BedZED
ABITA - Architettura Bioecologica e Innovazione Tecnologica per l’Ambiente
GRAZIE per l’ATTENZIONE
Ing. Giuseppina Alcamo
Centro ABITA – Dipartimento Di Architettura DiDA
Via S. Niccolo’ 93 – Firenze
Tel. +39.055.2055529
Fax. +39.055.2055599
e-mail: [email protected]
www.centrabita.unifi.it