One House. Energy for many
The Active House B10
is situated in the heart of the famous Weissenhof estate in Stuttgart.
It is a research project exploring how innovative materials,
constructions and technologies can sustainably improve our built
environment. Owing to an ingenious energy concept and self-learning home
automation the building produces twice its energy requirement. The
surplus thus gained powers two electric cars and an adjacent building
designed by the architect Le Corbusier (since 2006 home to the
Prof. Werner Sobek is the founder of a
globally active association of planning agencies for architecture,
support structure planning, facade planning, sustainability consulting
and design. Based on award-winning experimental buildings such as R128,
H16, F87 and now B10 he analyses how new materials, structures and
technologies can radically change our built environment.