Healthy Urban Architecture
For transparency and optimal use of natural light, the front and rear facades of the towers consist of story-high glass. This provides a great view from all homes and enhances the liveliness of the street. To meet the BENG requirements and noise standards, the glass meets the highest insulation requirements. The sides of the towers are more closed and equipped with vertical lamellae. This makes the towers look slim and forms a powerful image in the urban context.
Spectacular roof gardens have been designed by landscape architects ZUS on the roofs of the lower intermediate blocks. The facades of the low-rise are vegetated. The abundant greenery of the roof gardens, the facades, and the moss sedum on the higher roofs not only provide a pleasant outdoor life for the residents but also contribute to biodiversity in the city.
To ensure a constant and pleasant temperature in the homes, the residences have a smart ventilation system. This system ensures that freshly cooled or heated air is distributed through an individual ventilation control box in the house. This system is combined with a specially developed central WTW unit on the roof. The centralization of the WTW unit reduces energy consumption by 50% compared to a conventional, individual WTW system.