DESIGN Prefabricated Modular House – CONCEPT Groupe NAME (Client ) Madrid, Spain

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Manufactured in CALL landed in Spain.
Project – Location: Madrid, Spain
built surface: 96 m 2
Cote d & rsquo; energy efficiency: A
Carbon footprint : 17,95 KgCO2 / m²
Consumption & rsquo; energy for domestic air conditioning: 17,60 Kwh / m2
Construction time: 14 weeks

Designed by NOEM : a group that takes its name from its desire to produce emission-free buildings, was completed for a customer who wanted a house built quickly to enjoy the scenic views of his land. l & rsquo; polished metal exterior of the project was the choice of aesthetics & rsquo; user, with a large terrace facing the current views of its surroundings. l & rsquo; unit is composed of wooden prefabricated modules fixed to a metal frame to four meters above the ground.

prefabricated wooden modules are attached to a metal frame of four meters above the ground. the building is constructed from three prefabricated modules entering the almost completely finished website. Therefore, the fieldwork relates only to & rsquo; assembly of & rsquo; unit. l & rsquo; one of three modules contain the facilities and & rsquo; s equipment & rsquo; apartment, regarded as the technological center of the house. the other two are perforated solid wood structures with large openings, that allow people to enjoy outdoor views.

L & rsquo; access to & rsquo; housing is through stairs d & rsquo; restored aircraft !

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Virginia Maneval

I am the daughter of Jean Benjamin Maneval, famous urban architect who notably created the Bulle Six Coques, a plastic house from the pop years. You can also find me on my Facebook page or on my page La Bulle Six Coques by Jean Benjamin Maneval.

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