Architect : Bruno Rollet
Surveyor : TCA
Heating engineers :
Bastide & Bondoux
Landscape designer : Sempervirens
ALPHACAN, AXON CABLE
LE BATIMENT ASSOCIE, CAMPA
PEINTURE CHAGNEAU, EDF,
FORBO SARLINO, ID CHAMPAGNE,
IMERYS, JACOB DELAFON,
LE BRONZE INDUSTRIEL,
MAIRIE DE BEZANNES, RECCAL,
SAINT GOBAIN, SCHNEIDER
ELECTRIC, SOCOTEC, TOGGENBURGER,
French 2012 thermal regulations – Joule effect
Two rented houses
2+1 : €212,000 excl. VAT ;
5+1 : €343,000 excl. VAT (October 2016 value)
Living area 2+1: 88 m²,
Living area 5+1: 155 m² (excluding greenhouse and parking surfaces)
Floor area 2+1 : 90 m²,
Floor area 5+1 : 158 m²
Constraints: ensure the cohabitation of different types of complementary housing on a territory undergoing rapid development thanks to the arrival of the TGV, the “economic driving force” on the outskirts of Reims. The housing is easily identifiable while being fully integrated into a shared complex. Only high quality and fully accountable products will be used from among those proposed by industrial partners.
A joint design exercise was carried out with PLURIAL NOVILIA and the Bezannes local authorities as well as with 15 regional and/or national partners for the technical aspects: timber framework, clay and photovoltaic tiles, flexible floor finishes, joinery, plumbing, heating and home automation. The unprecedented scale of this collaborative approach taken for social housing made it possible to showcase these industrial firms and their knowledge.
The 2+1 house: its 88 square metre surface will be home to a couple of senior citizens: the single level house will be equipped with the latest home automation technologies linked to assisting people to stay in their homes (housing ergonomics, systems to prevent falling, etc.) as well as telemedicine equipment linked to the geriatric department of the nearby polyclinic to avoid having residents make too many visits. The direct access studio flat has a number of different functions: receiving family members, a student or a caregiver, or used asa guest bedroom.
The 5+1 house: with 153 square metres, intended for a family with children, introduces home automation into day-to-day life and is designed to be adaptable. The occupants will be able to reassign rooms according to the various stages in the lives of the occupants. The house can also be provided with an independent studio flat equipped with a bathroom. On the ground floor, a greenhouse workshop opens onto the exterior. The garages can be transformed to create additional rooms.
The two houses are financed by low income rental housing loans (PLUS). They have a timber framework, clay-tiled roof and façade, a green roof, auxiliary power produced by photovoltaic tiles and a grey water recuperator. The houses are equipped with a Joule effect system that permits the heating and production of domestic hot water using a high-performance system that respects the French RT 2012 regulations.