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EnerGon
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DESIGNER
 
 
Oehler Faigle Archkom
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ECO-SUSTAINABILITY'
 
General ecology
The outside air is pushed underground to a depth of about 100 m and then returned to the building which is heated in winter and refreshed in summer.
Thanks to the circulation of hot and cold water in walls and ceilings and to the insulation, energy requirements are reduced to 80% compared to a traditional building.
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LOCATION
 
Continent
Europe
Nation
Germany [Deutschland]
Land
Baden-Württemberg
District
Tübingen
Town
Ulm an der Donau
Hamlet
Eselsberg
Address
Lise-Meitner-Straße, 14 (Albert-Einstein-Allee/Berliner ring), Science Park II
 
 
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TYPOLOGY
 
ARCHITECTURE
Buildings for offices and professional practises
Offices
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CHRONOLOGY
 
Project
1999 - 2000     project winner of limited competiton
Realisation
2001 - 2002
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AWARDS
 
2005
Innovationspreis Architektur und Technik
2003
EUROSOLAR
Deutschen Solarpreis 2003

category "e" Solares Bauen
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CLIENT
 
 
Software AG Stiftung
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DIMENSIONAL
DATA
 
Surface
sq.m. 7.000
Height
m/3 32.223
Floors
5
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STRUCTURES
 
 
Lachenmann Ingenieurbüro
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LANDSCAPE DESIGN
 
 
Helmut Hornstein
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STAFF
 
Project
Oehler Faigle Archkom
Project architect
Stefan Oehler, Barbara Faigle
Electrical engineer
Volz Ingenieurbüro Elektrotechnik
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ANNOTATIONS
 
 
At the time of construction, the EnerGon building was the world’s largest low energy consumption building.
 
 
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