The Official Trend Watching Site
powered by Daniel Levine and The Avant-Guide Institute
ShareSave to Favorites
Added 10 September, 2018

Prefabricated flatpack homes can be assembled in weeks

The Syshaus House comes to the market bringing a new concept to live with quality, practicality and sustainability – not only ideals, but effective practices. The structural system is composed of standardized types of pillar, beam, joint node and screw, which when combined result in different configurations of plants and programs, within a limit of up to three floors, either in a flat or sloped terrain. The external and internal coverings, such as floors, walls and linings, are also conceived as part of a docking system. In this way, the residence is entirely assembled in the lot, without generating waste or consuming natural resources such as water – abundantly wasted in conventional construction. Baptized as ‘ecosystemic’, the construction respects nature as much as possible, from conception to delivery of the keys – a period that may correspond to only six months. The sustainable practices are also applied to the daily life of the residents by three important and indispensable items to the residence: rainwater harvesting for reuse in the irrigation; domestic biodigester that transforms organic waste into gas, for eventual use in the fireplace and kitchen, fertilizer for the garden and / or vegetable garden; and photovoltaic panels for solar energy, whose intelligent monitoring system allows the maximum efficiency in the use of energy and zero cost in the account. Among the optional items are the green cover that contributes to thermal and acoustic comfort, and automation. In terms of security, it is possible to opt for intelligent locks remotely activated by a cell phone and cameras connected to the mobile device of the owner, in an integrated mechanism of surveillance.

First spotted by CHECKMate
16 trends spotted
167 trends loved