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The solar house energetically self-sufficient EBSKA House, has much more than an energetic independence as aim. Based on an exhaustive analysis of life cycle of the materials and components, an optimization of the process of construction, and an adaptable concept to changes of uses, extension, technological update, reutilization and recycling, in a future there will be created a new concept of sustainable housing.

Planos eBsKA

The realized concept will allow the translation of its principles to a new urban conformation, betting clearly for a rational use of the territory in the development of our cities.
A bioclimatic concept of low energetic consumption joins a low environmental impact of the building during its life cycle, with constructive and technological solutions of low cost.

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Both courts of the EBSKA House allows the connection of the interior spaces, segregating three basic stays of a housing and offices, for the good functioning of the building in bioclimatic terms. Lounge/dining room, kitchen and bedroom as well as offices, are articulated between them, with the possibility of crossed ventilations and zenithal light income. As these courts are in touch with the façade, on one hand they are the access and on the other hand they break the volumetric forcefulness of the building.

The courts separate the stays in the daytime and in the nighttime, as also the dry zones with the humid ones. Across them we can accede to the housing or office, both for the principal access and for the secondary one

The use of relatively recent materials has allowed us to overlap façade and interior with photovoltaic integrated panels. The advantage of the manipulation of the "Corian" allows, in this case, to fit the support and the photovoltaic panel without mortgaging the image of the façade. It opens for a new world of possibilities on the texture to be generated. It permits that the proposed architecture is not the direct result of the existing technology.

In our case the objective was to recognize fragmented elements in horizontal lines every 20 cm (requirements of manufacture and installation) and a clear intention of simulating a flat line architecture.


The roof arises from the combination of hybrid systems of thermal solar and photovoltaic capture overlapped in the same technological plane, allowing an ideal proportion between both systems in every moment. A metallic frame is dressed as the rest of the building with photovoltaic panels and in the interior we have the thermal panels. In spite of the inclination proposed for the creation of the waterfall, all the roof is arranged with the intention of remaining this constant horizontal plane that finishes off the building.