*박공하우스 [ Delmulle Delmulle Architecten ] Factory Roof Houses

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Delmulle Delmulle Architecten-Factory Roof Houses
델뮬 델뮬 아키텍츠-팩토리 루프 하우스
The factory roof housing project is located in Oudenaarde, a provincial town in Belgium, where -according to the planning regulations- only industrial buildings can be built. Because of its central location and the residential character of the area, we presented a different vision to the city: we will utilize the roof, an otherwise unused surface as a second surface for constructing low-energy roof houses. Treating a factory roof, which is otherwise unused (water impermeable) surface, as a building lot for housing can provide a small answer to the ever-increasing population pressure.

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루프하우스는 단순하지만 현대적인 방식으로 구축되었다. 저렴한 로우-에너지 팀버를 이용한 프레임 구조로 구축되었으며, 넓은 대지와 접하고 있습니다. 사실상 이 외부공간은 내부에서 확장된 공간으로 독창적인 공간적 특징을 갖습니다.
지속가능한 건축환경을 구축하기 위해, 셀룰로스 단열재가 적용되었으며, 지붕은 합성 루핑고무를 이용, 완전히 밀폐되었습니다. 여기에 고단열 창호와 열회수 환기 시스템이 적용되었습니다.

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This sort of urbanization is not disturbing and conceptual wise these occupations can go well together. The two entities may even be complementarily used: as an office or home for the workshop user. We use the industrial building itself in a flexible way by constructing a simple rectangular volume which can be divided into smaller segments to provide an affordable workshop for small arts and crafts companies (tailor, ceramic, glass workshop, furniture maker). A possible interaction and cooperation between these crafts can be the starting point for a better, locally made, sustainable trade model for this small provincial town.

The roof houses are built in a simple but contemporary way. Basic, affordable and low-energy timber-framed buildings with a spacious outside area. This outdoor space, which is actually an extension of the interior space, offers a very spatial and unique character. The timber (FSC labeled) framed houses, filled with cellulose insulation, is completely (and simply) covered with synthetic roofing rubber, which makes them extremely airtight, essential for low energy consumption. High insulation glass and a heat recovery ventilation system makes these, zero footprints, houses truly sustainable.

The project is used as an example of project spatial efficiency by the Flemish department of environment and was visited by the former Minister of Environment Joke Schauvliege. On the website www.ruimtelijkrendement.be, the Flemish government wants to offer users inspiring example projects in the search for more spatial return. Researching and developing genuine possibilities and creating new perspectives in day to day (built) projects is how we like to see sustainability. Perhaps it is not a utopia: recuperating the gigantic amount of factory roofs as a second level for housing, farming or trading could maybe offer a fresh perspective on how to use our already crammed up landscape.

 

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