R 128 by the architect Werner Sobek

R 128 by the architect Werner Sobek built in Stuttgart, Germany, is the first Triple Zero House by Werner Sobek | The Hardt

 

 

R 128 by the architect Werner Sobek built in Stuttgart, Germany, is the first Triple Zero House by Werner Sobek.  Triple Zero House means a house that does not use energy from fossil fuels (zero energy), does not emit greenhouse gases (zero emissions) and does not produce waste as it is completely recyclable (zero waste). A principle that has guided all the successive achievements of the architect-engineer and that has led him to build houses that produce more energy than they consume daily, such as the D10 in Biberach an der Riß, the F87 in Berlin, which uses the excess energy to power two cars and an electric bicycle, and the B10. The latter represents, today, the research summit Werner Sobek: an active house built in the famous Weissenhof district of Stuttgart, which gives the energy to spare a second building located nearby. Learn more about Werner Sobek here.

 

 

Photos by Roland Halbe, Stuttgart/Germany

Josef Schulz, Stuttgart/Germany

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