Competition for Architects
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House Of The Future.Best SunRoof Project2020
Designing the House of the Future with a SunRoof solar roof using BIMobject.
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Prize pool worth 4000 euros
ABOUT COMPETITION
Trends in the world of architecture today are just proliferating. On the one hand, we are looking for ideas to build a house at the lowest possible cost, but on the other hand, we create great buildings that are impressive not only in terms of size, but also in form and materials they are made of.
Rules of the competitionrules in PDF
JURY OF COMPETITION
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Lech Kaniuk
SunRoof
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Maciej Olczyk
BIMobject
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Stefan Gullgren
Ambassador of Sweden to Poland
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Mokena Makeka
Owner of Makeka Designworks
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Natalia Chylińska
Builder Polska
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Weronika Konior
Architektura-murator
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Krzysztof Sołoducha
Sztuka Architektury
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Michał Pierzchalski
Architektura.info
APPLICATION FORM
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MAIN PRIZE of 3000 €
DESIGNER: Arch. Adam Piaseczyński
PROJECT: Wooden Eco-House in the Forest
The designed House of the Future is located near a beautiful forest so that its users can have the closest possible contact with nature on a daily basis. The design refers to the 'Modern Barn' and to the modernist principles of penetrating the interior with the exterior. The construction of a wooden frame and the use of wooden panels on the facade refer to the use of ecological materials constituting the core of the structure and the finish of the facade. Large glazing allows you to blur the boundary between the inside and outside. The simple shape fits the sparse style of the building and the aesthetic structure.

The SunRoof 2in1 roof covers the entire roof surface, so we can maximize clean electricity production and use the accumulation system for later use. Thanks to this solution, it is possible to supply the house with full electricity and to have a home electric car charging station, which is profitable and environmentally friendly. In the house design, you can also see hidden gutters that collect rainwater for later use and the use of non-threshold patio doors so that disabled people and children can use it comfortably.
HONOURABLE MENTION PRIZE of 1000 €
DESIGNER: Arch. Iga Soczawa
PROJECT: Moon House
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Life surprises us every day! We are currently witnessing very hard times. This situation makes us all realize that the home should be a sanctuary and an oasis of peace and should adapt to changes in our lives. I believe that if our life changes, the home should change with it. He should adapt. This approach accompanied me during the first considerations about the project.

Many intelligent systems have been used in the house, such as room temperature regulation due to the weather, or an electric car charging station located in the garage. Thanks to the large amount of natural material wood, the building is one with nature. A large number of glazing provides excellent access to natural light, and the location of the windows provides natural ventilation.

The variety of needs and changing requirements became the prelude to work. It is not difficult to imagine a situation where the house becomes too small as the family has grown. The modularity of the assumption ensures that the needs are adjusted to the user. Creating a few basic modules guarantees that the house can be adapted to your own needs, which is also simple, such as a puzzle or blocks.

The ground floor of the house is also not accidental. Thanks to this, it becomes safe and accessible also for people with all disabilities. Stairs are an unnecessary barrier and obstacle in everyday life, so I decided to avoid them. Also, the lack of thresholds and the use of wide passages and spacious rooms make it easier to function in this house.

Considering all the main aspects, the finishing and construction material is moon wood for its functions. This type of wood is fire resistant, has a low swelling ratio, is resistant to mold and fungi, is not attacked by pests and does not require chemical analysis. The house built in this system is naturally insulated and cools down much slower than buildings in concrete construction. As a result, the use of additional wall layers can be limited.
SunRoof
SunRoof is the most efficient and environment-friendly solar roof on the market. Our underlying objective is to replace all roofs with SunRoofs that will produce enough electricity for people around the globe, ensuring a future where we can thrive together with nature.
The revolutionary concept for solar roofs came to life in Sweden in 2013, based on the opportunities that solar technology offered at that time, coupled with the high-quality Swedish design. The functionality of our roofs sets new standards, as they protect, insulate and ventilate houses, and produce electricity at the same time. Integrated with the whole structure of the building, they are simple, lightweight, and easy to install thanks to novel and specially designed materials and fittings that entirely substitute multiple-layer roofs. SunRoof’s matching panels and trims make for a coherent and highly elegant structure. With the eye-catching modern look and the ultra-smooth solar panel surface, SunRoof is an innovative solution like no other.
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