Solar Tube House by Driendl Architects in AustriaMarch 14th, 2009 - Posted in Green Home, Home Design Ideas
“Solar Tube” is the green house was designed by Driendl Architects, 2001 that located in Vienna, Austria. “Solar tube” in the middle of the hermetically closed off oasis of conventionalism. Playful forms a “tree house” with a central atrium, open to all sides, floating gallery with sunroof, translucent back walls, curved glass exterior wall construction, glass elements in the soil coupled with function lower energy costs, by passive use of solar energy, constant room temperature, natural daylight in all rooms, communication on all levels, flexible use of all facilities.
Function form the essential approach of the architecture, the dialectic of the present. The Solar Tube house, uses special glazing that allows warm sunlight to enter while deflecting damaging UV rays. The house’s central core absorbs and stores the sun’s warmth. The sun continually radiates upon us two resources: heat and light. Passive solar energy is the art of deploying what nature has given to attend our desires with minimal effort or external energy input.
The raw material, every weld remains visible because the construction of a building should speak for themselves.
The first association that the idea in consideration of Aufdrängt house, the tree house, because the number of protected trees tend almost into the interior. Our quest is in the trees long ago realized, because, obviously, always and everywhere in nature, is what we seek: perfect form functionality.