79206 Breisach: Active and passive use of solar energy, use of recycled building materials. Client and architect: Thomas Spiegelhalter, completion 1993
||Execution in massive, highly heat-insulated low-energy construction method
|New construction, renovation
|Form of ownership
||On the edge of a mixed-use area in Breisach harbour, now part of the outskirts of the city.
||1 residential unit with working unit (meeting room with stage)
||Approx. 4 (as of 1993)
||Active and passive use of solar energy, use of recycled building materials
||The solar system is federally funded as a demonstration and test system for 70%.
||Due to the procedural development, the clients had a high degree of co-determination.
||The majority of the construction has been developed on site. For the architectural sculpture, recycled materials and remounted gravel works and dredging lake elements have been used constructively.
||O. Humm; P. Toggweiler: Villa Deconstructa by Th. Spiegelhalter. Photovoltaics and Architecture. The integration of solar cells into the building envelope, ed. Federal Office of Energy Management, 1993.
Böbel; Frey: House in the gravel pit by Th. Spiegelhalter. Roof construction in detail, 1993
Spiegelhalter, Thomas: Solar Gravel Factory Architecture. Darmstadt, 1993
"The Scrap Heap. Michael Uhl wanted to live in a work of art. That went wrong." BZ 14.12.1996
|Detailed project description
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|Axel Rupp (2005), Karlsruhe
Synonymous names: Villa Deconstructa, Villa Deconstructivista, Villa Deconstructivistica.
Last Updated: January 23, 2021
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