The Halo Project – produces more energy than it consumes

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THE HALO PROJECT
Sun path shapes roof profile

Location
South West

Disciplines
Paragraph 55 planning application. 
Architectural design. 
Biodiversity study.
Carbon negativity study.

Client
Private

Status
In progress

PROJECT OVERVIEW

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This building produces more energy than it consumes, making it carbon negative and in excess of Passive House energy standards.

The roof mounted solar shield is used to capture energy from the sun and the elliptical shaped roof represents the orbit of the earth around the sun. Careful siting and thoughtful landscape architecture will enhance the biodiversity of the site to a significant level. Unlike most buildings that consume energy and compromise biodiversity, once completed this site will provide the country with electrical power and provide a rich tapestry of habitats for local flora and fauna far in excess.

GALLERY

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