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Green facade

Blogs.Green facade: sustainability has never been so beautiful. Green facade: sustainability has never been so beautiful. Green facades should do much more than generate energy, they should also add aesthetics. Adding a green facade produces much more energy Making...

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New generation of solar panels

Blogs.New generation of solar panels dress the city. Studio Solarix feels driven to make a significant contribution to making our living environment more sustainable. For this we are introducing solar panels as facade cladding. Solar Design: design inspires,...

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Solar Design: an active facade provides energy

Blogs.Solar Design: An active facade provides energy. Solarix gives energy to people: The active facade provides green energy, while the design and smart applications stimulate and inspire passers-by. The sustainable solution that tells a story Solar panels hidden on...

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Circulair solar design:

Blogs.Circulair solar design: Reusable facades that generate energy Making buildings circular with solar design It is the Week of the Circular Economy. A week to reflect on our impact on the environment. We want to make a significant contribution to reducing our...

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The answer to smart cities and the energy transition

Blogs.The answer to smart cities and the energy transition Autumn has officially started and Brabant gives energy interviewed Reinier for the Kuijpers building which reminds us of that! In this, Studio Solarix combines Solar Design solar panels with a beautiful design...

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The impact of the BENG measures

Blogs.The impact of the BENG measures What do the new NZEB measures mean for buildings and cities? From 1 January 2021, all permit applications for new construction projects must comply with the requirements of these Nearly Energy Neutral Buildings (Beng). Nearly...

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Design meets technique

Blogs.Design meets technique Is the city of the future a black glass city? Solar panels are a wonderful sustainable initiative, but one that generally does not make the face much nicer. The black solar panels do generate energy, but they have no aesthetic value....

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