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D&B 32 social housing, innovative office and social restaurant Rauter

Anderlecht, Belgium, Europe

Sector Urban planning
Project status under construction
Location Anderlecht, Belgium, Europe
Execution January 2021 - July 2022
Architect Abscis Architecten, Jean-Baptiste de Ghellincklaan 2, 9051 Gent, BE; Consortium Biestebroeck; Wyckaert, Ottergemsesteenweg 415, 9000 Gent, BE; PxP Projects bvba, Boskouter 13, 9620 Zottegem, BE; Architenko - Urban Design and Architecture, Blankenbergestraat 44, 9000 Gent, BE
Study January 2019 - June 2020
GFA 4,489 m2
Scope Study and following up MEP
Intervention Construction
Client Brusselse Gewestelijke Huisvestingsmaatschappij, Jourdanstraat 45-55, 1060 Brussel, BE
Total technical installations cost:€ 1.500.000 excl. VAT
Total construction cost:€ 11.926.230,47 excl. VAT
K Level / Energy class :Passive Brussels
 E Level:Passive Brussels
Certification:Passive Brussels

 

Project description:

Consortium Biestebroeck is building an attractive and innovative 4-storey office building with a social restaurant on the ground floor, 79 parking spaces and 32 social houses.

 

The renovated and partly rebuilt parking garage will be accessible via a new entrance from the Bergensesteenweg and will be furnished according to the new standards.

In addition, sufficient space is provided for a bicycle shed with separate access and the boiler room is partly relocated in function of a high-quality main income from the site.

 

2 apartments will be furnished for people with reduced mobility and 11 large houses with more than 3 bedrooms will create comfortable living spaces for everyone’s needs. Each house is provided with a well-oriented, high-quality and spacious outdoor space (garden/terrace), the houses are heated via individually adjustable radiators, equipped with thermostatic valves but connected via a combi-loop system to the existing central boiler room. Ventilation is also collectively provided with a balance ventilation system, but the flow rate can be regulated individual, making it pleasant to spend time in and outdoors. But keeping costs and energy demand/loss as low as possible.

 

The office and social restaurant is heated by an air-water heat pump in combination with low-temperature fan convectors (45-35 regime), which means that the fans can also guarantee top cooling of the rooms. The lighting of the non-residential part is equipped with LED, with a power of 6.5 W / m² to limit heat production.

 

A part of the electrical needs of the houses is also locally produced by a photovoltaic installation with an average power of + – 600 Wp.

Sustainable Features

CHP
CHP
glazing
glazing
green roof
green roof
heat recovery
heat recovery
solar energy
solar energy
reuse rainwater
reuse rainwater
passive
passive