Located at Montagny, Ecole des Landes de Lyon agency AFAA Architecture is a school compound of kindergarten, elementary classrooms, a multipurpose room and a canteen. Based on a structure of Douglas fir and monomurs brick, this building reduced energy consumption reflects the HQE of its architects, Philippe Audart Marc Favaro, Damien Poyet.
On the draft School Landes AFAA Architecture states:
"Our HQE is pragmatic and realistic and involves the use of simple and inexpensive ways.
It is firstly to propose a set that is in harmony with the site and its location along the separative boundaries and discreet and respectful volume of the iconic perspective to the Church. This first point is accompanied by a constructive research method and the choice of local and healthy materials: wood and brick structure douglas monomur, sealing recyclable vegan; materials consisting second work traditional plaster, linoleum, solvent-free paint etc ...
The power consumption issue is particularly optimized by the use of a boiler with wood and rationalizing the amount of natural light while controlling solar gain.
All openings, sized according to the size of the rooms are equipped with motorized venetian blinds.
Device allows natural ventilation night refreshment premises stored thanks to the inertia of the building.
The roof veganism accompanies this device and strengthens the landscape character of the project.
All premises are equipped with sensors and lighting connected to photo-sensitive cells. "
Photos: Didier Boy de la Tour
To learn more, visit the AFAA Architecture site.