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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Ecopole and business incubator in Concarneau, France by ENO ARCHITECTES

 
April 15th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ENO ARCHITECTES

Building “image”, symbolic and copy, the project is in its form and purpose, to meet these requirements : the visitor should immediately understand the nature, the DNA, of the building.  Emblematic bio climatic elements serve to the project and not the reverse.

They shape the project as well as the traditional components (wall, etc. roof).  3 requirements, 3 heights, 1 main entrance: it is the pragmatic application of the combined program bio climatic approach that guides the design of the project.

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

  • Architects: ENO ARCHITECTES
  • Project: Ecopole and business incubator
  • Location: Zone Colguen 29900, France
  • Photography: Pascal Leopold
  • Software used:  ARCHICAD 17
  • Client: Concarneau Cornwall Agglomeration
  • Surface: 770 m2
  • Calendar: Reception January 2015
  • Cost: € 1,300,000 / HT

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

  • Partners Master of Work: ATIS = BE fluids, SBC = BE structure, AKOUSTIK = Acoustics, SOFRESID = OPC (construction management)
  • Companies:
    • VRD: SAS Le Roux
    • GO: Constructions Jaouen
    • Carpentry / joinery mixed: Daniel Thepault
    • Sealing: Soprema
    • Locksmith: Buildings Labbé
    • Interior woodwork: Plassart
    • Joinery Partitions / dubbing: Rodriguez Gego
    • Floors: SAS Pierre Cariou
    • Painting: PRC
    • Plumbing / heating / assisted natural ventilation: Prothermic
    • Electricity: Saitel
Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

  • Products / main manufacturers used: Mixed wood joinery / aluminum of at Minco
    • Green roof: Sopranature
    • Assisted natural ventilation: Maxivent home VTI
    • Floors: Linoleum Forbo home and oak flooring laid on songs Cladding
    • Wood untreated douglas
    • Photovoltaic panels Soprasolar
    • Heat sensor wall: LUBI home Enerconcept

The immediate environment, site data and indications of the program (eg photovoltaic panels) shape the volume to its final form.

The project seeks to avoid two pitfalls : the technological approach and activist approach.

The project uses a natural air induction assisted ventilation with air entering naturally preheated by a bio climatic greenhouse and a heat sensor wall.

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

The use of automatic or motorized systems is limited. Energy consumers, they finally promote depletion of environmental collective consciousness by becoming almost indispensable. These systems are sometimes replaceable by a single human action.  For example, the greenhouse is naturally ventilated in summer by human action in early summer and autumn closed in the same way. Protection against the sun is passive (eaves of roofs and existing tree that protects the greenhouse in summer). The structure and cladding are untreated wood. The insulation of the walls is hemp + wood. The roof welcomes photovoltaic solar panels and is vegetated. The performance level is Passiv’Haus.

It is responsible for building responsible users. The project informs visitors through appropriate and educational signage. The building becomes communication medium, the visitor is guided to understand its constitution and the user prompted to participate.

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

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Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

Image Courtesy © Pascal Leopold

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Image Courtesy © ENO ARCHITECTES

Image Courtesy © ENO ARCHITECTES

Image Courtesy © ENO ARCHITECTES

Image Courtesy © ENO ARCHITECTES

Image Courtesy © ENO ARCHITECTES

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