中国,浙江省,长兴,新型低能耗样板公寓大楼(被动式房屋Bruck) / 德国Peter Ruge建筑事务所

设计单位/Architects: Peter Ruge Architekten

位置/Location: 中国浙江长兴 Changxing, Zheijang Province, China

团队/Team: Peter Ruge, Kayoko Uchiyama, Matthias Matschewski, Jan Müllender, Alejandra Pérez Siller, Duan Fu

客户/Client: 朗诗欧洲技术有限公司 Landsea Europe R&R GmbH

结构设计/Structural Design:上海朗诗规划建筑设计有限公司Shanghai Landsea Planning&Architecture Design Co.,Ltd.

机电设计/ Mechanical and electrical design :上海朗诗规划建筑设计有限公司Shanghai Landsea Planning&Architecture Design Co.,Ltd.

建筑物理/ building physics :德国被动房研究所Passivhaus Institut (PHI)

现场监理/ Site supervision :德国迪索工程咨询(上海)有限公司Drees&Sommer Sustainable Engineering Consulting (Shanghai) Co.,Ltd

DGNB认证咨询/DGNB Certification Advisory:设能建筑咨询(上海)有限公司Energydesign(Shanghai) Co.,Ltd.

施工培训/ Construction Training :德国能源署Deutsche Energie-Agentur GmbH(DENA)

施工单位/ Construction Company:江苏南通二建集团Jiangsu Nantong Erjian Group Co.,Ltd.

气密性测试/ air-tightness testing :迈耶欧博雷本工程师事务所Ingenieurbüro Meyer-Olbersleben

认证机构/ Certification Orgnization:德国被动房研究所 Passivhaus Institut (PHI),

德国可持续建筑发展委员会Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen e. V. (DGNB)

规模/GFA Building: 2,200 平方米

完成期/Completion: 2014

项目简介

新型低能耗样板公寓大楼布鲁克, 中国浙江省长兴

最近, 在中国的南方正在进行被动式房屋的建造, 房屋的设计者Peter Ruge 建筑师事务所通过对被动式房屋的设计为可持续性房屋设立了新的标准。与中国传统的住宅建筑相比,被动式房屋可以节省95%的能耗。被动式房屋“Bruck”是首次在具有潮湿、温暖、南部气候的国家对这一类型的房屋进行的尝试。项目将于2014年5月竣工。

被动式房屋“Bruck”是样板公寓大楼, 由36间一室的员工公寓、6间两室的行政套房和4间三卧室的样板公寓组成。在著名的中国房地产开发集团朗诗的未来发展战略中,这一设计方法发挥着核心作用。公司计划在长兴建立一个研发中心, 该研发中心负责对在中国的创新、节能、可持续的建筑实践进行测试、完善和落实。

Peter Ruge建筑师事务所规划了样板公寓, 从而使得对可持续建筑的优点感兴趣的中国家庭有机会暂时入住这一建筑。由于被动式房屋体现出了最大程度的舒适和居住质量, 通过这种直接的体验, 潜在客户能够对被动式房屋生活能提供什么产生自己的理解。此举旨在减少对先前在极端气候条件下取得成功的被动式房屋的设计所持有的保留意见。

当地的气候使得外观设计已经形成固定的模式, 在所有的私人房间和公共区域都会特别使用三层玻璃窗, 而在一年中较为温暖的半年时间里, 固定的遮阳元素则会对玻璃幕墙提供保护。高度绝缘立面的封闭区域, 则通过彩色赤陶杆遮蔽物对建筑物的外壳提供保护, 使其免受强烈日光的伤害。

Peter Ruge建筑师事务所与他们的客户朗诗欧洲技术有限公司的建筑师和工程师团队以及来自于德国被动房研究院的工程师Feist博士一起, 通过设计被动式房屋“Bruck” 取得了重要的建筑里程碑, 并成功地将可持续与着眼于未来的被动式房屋的标准引入了中国住宅建筑市场。


Project description

Passivhaus BRUCK – New low-energy building as model apartment complex in Changxing, China

Peter Ruge Architekten sets new standards of sustainability through the design of “Passive Houses”, currently being built in southern China. With a 95% energy saving over that of a conventional Chinese residential building, the Passive House „Bruck“ is the first housing of it’s kind to be realized in the countries damp, warm, southern climate. Constrcution will be finished by May, 2014.

The Passive House „Bruck“ is a model apartment complex, consisting of 36 one room staff flats, 6 two room executive suites and 4 three-bedroom model apartments. This design approach plays a central role in the future strategy of recognized Chinese real estate development group Landsea. The company’s plans to establish a research and development centre in Changxing acts to test, improve and implement innovative, energy saving and sustainable building practices in China.

Peter Ruge Architekten planned model apartments so that Chinese families, interested in the benefits of sustainable housing, could be provided with an opportunity to temporarily reside in the building. Through this direct experience, prospective clients are able to gain their own understanding of passive house living has to offer, as the building demonstrates maximum comfort and quality of residence. This aims to reduce any prior reservations had towards the success of passive house design in extreme weather conditions.

The local climate has shaped the impression of the facade: triple glazed window units have been specifically used in all private rooms and common areas, whilst fixed sun shading elements protect the glass facade in the warmer half of the year. The closed areas of the highly insulated facade act to protect the building shell from intense sunlight through a screen of coloured terracotta rods.

Peter Ruge Architekten, together with their client Landsea Europe, the Landsea team of architects and engineers, and in cooperation with Dr. Feist and engineers from the German Passivhaus Institut, have achieved an important architectural milestone through the design of Passive House „Bruck“, and the successful introduction of sustainable and future-oriented passive house standards to the Chinese residential housing market.