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SAVONNERIE HEYMANS REHAB ON A LOW ENERGY & PASSIVE HOUSING PROJECT WITH NURSERY IN BRUSSELS -BELGIUM / BY MDW ARCHITECTURE

by ARCSTREET.COM April 4 2013, 12:40 ARCHITECTURE - RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE

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42 low-energy and passive social accommodations and nursery in Brussels

by MDW Architecture (by Marie Moignot and Xavier De Wil)/

Belgium // 42 logements + crèche à basse consommation.

« Winning scheme of a European competition organised by the developer, the Savonnerie Heymans complex reflects a truly sustainable approach by recreating a real new neighbourhood of 42 low-energy and passive social accommodations including apartments, lofts, duplexes and Maisonettes. Although a 100% public housing scheme, thanks to the diversity of its program the Savonnerie Heymans provides a variety of spaces echoing the diversity of the people living in the very heart of Brussels. Glass-enclosed bioclimatic loggias characterise the entire complex, providing an effective acoustical and thermal barrier but also providing a sense of privacy. » mdw architecture

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Typology : housing (include mixed use)

Program : 42 social accommodations and creche

Status : built

Year of construction : 2005/2008

Year of delivery : 2011

Client : CPAS de Bruxelles

Total budget : 11 millions

Area : 6.500

Stability : waterman TCA + SETESCO

Special techniques : MK EngineeringSavonnerie-Heymans-by-MDW-Architecture-10.jpgSavonnerie-Heymans-by-MDW-Architecture-3.jpgSavonnerie-Heymans-by-MDW-Architecture-13.jpgSavonnerie-Heymans-by-MDW-Architecture-7.jpg

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