CHALLENGE: Design a home that blends in harmoniously with its context and takes advantage of local resources for its construction.
SOLUTION: Sustainable housing capable of producing total energy for its operation.
Adal is a modern house designed according to its context, which allows the enjoyment of the interior and exterior spaces thanks to the landscape design with abundant vegetation and the sustainability criteria that ensure the comfort and quality of the space.
The project is conceived under two guidelines: rational use of materials and energy efficiency. For this reason, in principle local materials are selected with sustainable manufacturing processes, of high durability and low maintenance, such as architectural concrete used in its facades and PVC profile window systems, which are 100% recyclable products.
In addition, the house is designed for the use of renewable energies, so a system of photovoltaic panels capable of generating 100% of the energy that the house needs for its normal operation is projected on its roof. With the use of these materials and the production of photovoltaic solar energy, we will not only achieve energy savings throughout the life of the home, but also a strong reduction in the CO2 footprint; in short, a more sustainable architecture.
Adal is a house designed for its environment created with materials of high durability and low maintenance. Its efficiency and high energy performance make this house an example of sustainable architecture.