Today Facades World we will continue to solve the doubts of our followers of Youtube. A few days ago, they asked us for information about the sustainable construction, about what it is, and how to apply it, so that today we share this article in which you can see said construction turned into a house ... let's get started!
Find out how sustainable construction was applied to this home
For Belgian cities a typical challenge today is to make their urban fabric, built between the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries, more sustainable. This is where the sustainable construction has its strongest role. Then we can see a copy so that this is a little clearer ... let's see.
Today's infrastructure was divided into small private owners, thus the strategies to create a sustainable construction they took on much more weight in the city.
This L-shaped housing it was almost 100% occupied, the structure facing the street was a house, but the other volumes were manufacturing spaces. This is how the less valuable parts were cut to generate light and open space on the land, resulting in an ideal environment for family life.
The house facing the street was restored as a workspace for a group psychiatric consultation, and thanks to a new structure installed, an interior space was created for the house. The intermediate spaces in the wooden framework generate new relationships between the interior and Exterior, helping to organize the program and making the rough brick visible from the inside.