Located in the industrial park in Lustenau, not far from Bregenz on the Swiss border, the 2226 is a six-storey cube building designed as Baumschlager Eberle new office house and a gallery.
Without external energy, this stone building has no heating, ventilation or cooling system, the flow of energy being controlled by human hand.
The optimized architecture with its compact form and dense shell serves as a basis, Intelligent software directs the energy flows of the low-tech house, providing a comfortable climate.
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White rendered walls and deep-set window openings ensure high compressive strength while the outer layer guarantees efficient insulation, while high ceilings creating ample spaces.
High-tech expertise for the control software and lighting concepts by Zumtobel ensure contemporary and comfortable workplaces with a temperature of between 22 and 26 degrees Celsius.