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HOUSING
PROJECT 3GA
Program: Creation of five housing units and two storage spaces
Mission: General conception
Location: St Jean, St Barthelemy
Status: Construction underway
Budget: +/- 2,500,000€
Surface : 249 m2

This project comprises five housing units and two storage units for professional use. The bedrooms are conceived as a dormitory to allow the living area on the garden level to be larger. The ground floor opens extensively toward the exterior spaces, which are almost completely covered by a pergola. The idea for such a large pergola is to afford protection from the rain as well as from the sun, permitting light to filter through while also preventing excessive heat build-up on the concrete facades. As a result, the pergola not only improves the quality of life for the occupants, but also reduces the quantity of energy necessary to regulate the temperature of the building. In addition to this bioclimatic aspect, the pergola allows for outdoor areas that are completely habitable, thus doubling the amount of available living space, while adding hurricane protection to the building, shielding the facade from impact.

HOUSING
PROJECT 3GA
Program: Creation of five housing units and two storage spaces
Mission: General conception
Location: St Jean, St Barthelemy
Status: Construction underway
Surface : 249 m2

This project comprises five housing units and two storage units for professional use. The bedrooms are conceived as a dormitory to allow the living area on the garden level to be larger. The ground floor opens extensively toward the exterior spaces, which are almost completely covered by a pergola. The idea for such a large pergola is to afford protection from the rain as well as from the sun, permitting light to filter through while also preventing excessive heat build-up on the concrete facades. As a result, the pergola not only improves the quality of life for the occupants, but also reduces the quantity of energy necessary to regulate the temperature of the building. In addition to this bioclimatic aspect, the pergola allows for outdoor areas that are completely habitable, thus doubling the amount of available living space, while adding hurricane protection to the building, shielding the facade from impact.