This “biological” house, as the architects themselves have dubbed it, has been designed and produced using digital technologies. Moreover, it is a fully integrated building with natural ventilation and passive solar heating, which are advantages along with the breathability of the recycled natural materials. The house also sits on screw piles, instead of the traditional concrete foundation, which means better insulation and ventilation, whilst at the same time having less impact on the land on which it stands. For the cladding, wood from local sustainable forests is used, with a special treatment, also biological, which makes it resistant, durable and dimensionally stable.
The world’s first “biological” house, which aims to tackle ecological problems and global climate change, is part of the general trend towards green architecture. It is being exhibited for the first time at the BIOTOPE ecological park in Middelfart, Denmark.