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Philippon-Kalt: Designed The First Social Housing With Solar Panels In Paris

Eco-friendly architecture is now becoming a priority to almost many of the architects and designers worldwide. One of the architects that join with the whole world in designing structures with saving the earth in mind is the Philippon-Kalt Architects, whom had designed the first building for social housing in Paris that has solar panels.

Philippon-Kalt Eco Architecture

Philippon-Kalt Eco Architecture

“The agency Philippon-Kalt just delivered, opposite the station Barbès, the first building of social housing in Paris with a facade solar panels. Seventeen social housing units for lower income have been created in a very constrained environment with a willingness to implement innovative environmental techniques. The facade shows its solar panels on the Boulevard de la Chapelle, and capturing solar gain free to provide 40% of domestic hot water needs. A control system to verify the system performance of solar water heating. Robin Sun sensors, in the absence of technical advice, were the subject of a notice of the specific area of operation. Double skin, double use, solar panels reflect the image a powerful instrument panel, atypical in the scope of protection of historic monuments. It preserves the privacy of passengers’ views of dwellings from the Skytrain and offers private balconies protected from the noise of the Boulevard de la Chapelle by forming trellis acoustic masks. “

Philippon-Kalt Eco Architecture

Philippon-Kalt Eco Architecture

Philippon-Kalt Eco Architecture

Philippon-Kalt Eco Architecture

Philippon-Kalt Eco Architecture

Philippon-Kalt Eco Architecture

Source: Philippon-Kalt via Muuuz



Rolling Stone: A Traveling Eco-Capsule Home

The Rolling Stone, No! This is not the famous band that you know but an eco-friendly housing structure by a Slovakia-based Nice Architects. This wonderful traveling housing module is built from environmentally friendly materials, and is self-sufficient when it comes to energy, water and waste. The Rolling Stone is completely movable when towed and can be expanded when stationary so that one can form an open studio or a mobile stage if desired. This beautiful housing capsule has a reflective surface made from recycled aluminum can tiles and the rest are made from locally sourced wood and OSB panels. The Rolling Stone can accommodate 2 to 6 person and is complete with a bedroom, bathroom, shower and sink, and a living room with a kitchenette.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Source: Inhabitat



The Wood Music: An Eco-friendly Speaker

Everybody love music and wanted to hear it loud and clear that is why we normally install a loud speaker to our music players like the iPod, mp3 players and more. Listening our favorite songs in an eco-friendly way using the wood music is a new approach to the music listening experience. It is a loud speaker from presumably salvaged timber, designed with a dock, holes to produce sound and buttons for the speaker’s function. The wood music has a very simple design yet very unique and inviting especially to those music lovers who have the desire to help save the environment.

Wood Music

Source: Minimazine



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