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Die oléolé Architekten von Fantatstic Norway
bauen in Nuuk, Grönland das "House of Families", eine Kommune für benachteiligte Mütter mit Ihren Kindern.
The house’s main task will be to teach families and mothers to fend for themselves, enabling them to live an independent life. The building will appear as inviting and protective, safe and friendly.
The building mass is broken up into smaller building volume. This way the building is perceived not as a large institution, but rather a composite of many small houses: Of many families.
Beyond this, the building also protects the outdoor areas against a rough climatic situation. The building mass is dense and closed towards the north. The outdoor spaces are also protected from the wind and rain from the southwest. Towards the south the building breaks up and lets light and greenery into the park in front of the building.
Further on the “House of Families” has a thorough ecological profile. The building is self-sufficient with heating, passive house technology, solar panels and water heating. A technological management system regulates and controls the energy consumption.
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