Second edition of the International Architectural Competition has started: Design of the Future. Best SunRoof Project 2021, which involves designing a vision of the house or carport of the future with a SunRoof solar roof using BIMobject and the Grenton Smart Home System. Honorary patronage over the competition has been taken by the Embassy of Sweden in Poland. The competition form is available on contest.sunroof.se
Design of the Future means …?
While most things should be done step by step, the solar roof and carport are two unique, immediate steps to a greener future. New technologies offer greater opportunities for sustainable design, while also proposing innovative design. That’s why I encourage all architects to explore eco-friendly solutions to inspire themselves and others to choose good energy,
says Lech Kaniuk, Co-founder and CEO of SunRoof.
Do you imagine future life and our households without smart living behaviours? I believe you do not. That’s why Grenton focuses its attention on the way how we plan and design our houses,
says Bartłomiej Gierszyn, Head of Marketing in Grenton.
Local renewable energy production is a necessity for mitigating increasing climate challenge that our cities and communities are facing today. If we are to build new buildings today, we need to make sure that they compensate for the climate impact that they create. Integrated solar energy generation is an important part of the solution. I hope that this competition will both inspire architects to take the challenge and create beautiful houses and carports of the future and contribute to rising awareness and knowledge about the solar technology,
says Ivana Kildsgaard, Partner & Director of Sustainability and Quality at Tengbom.
Lech Kaniuk - SunRoof, Stefan Gullgren - Ambassador of Sweden to Poland, Michał Derc - BIMobject, Bartłomiej Gierszyn - Grenton, Ivana Kildsgaard - Tengbom, Agnieszka Zielińska - Scandinavian-Polish Chamber Of Commerce, Daniel Cieślik - Anta Architekci studio, Natalia Chylińska - Builder Polska, Weronika Konior - Architektura-murator, Wojciech Rynkowski - Extradom, Ireneusz Polaczek - nowoczesna STODOŁA, Jacek Jakubowski - HouseCollection, Krzysztof Sołoducha - Sztuka Architektury, Michał Pierzchalski - Architektura.info.
SunRoof builds 2-in-1 solar roofs and innovative façades that generate electricity without having to install traditional photovoltaic modules. This is the best investment replacing the need for installing solar panels on top of a classic roof - the most efficient solution, the lowest carbon footprint, uncompromising elegance. Our mission is to speed up the global transition to renewables by developing beautiful roofs that, by generating electricity, will cover the energy demand of the entire building.
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