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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

comfort
comfort
reuse rainwater
reuse rainwater
green roof
green roof
heat recovery
heat recovery
insulation
insulation
PV panels
PV panels
glazing
glazing
ecological materials
ecological materials
CHP
CHP