The Grow’s Nest – Housing Complex
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In a magnificent setting on the heights of Versoix lies this complex of 4 spacious modern flats, each having 110 m² of floor space, in addition to terraces and conservatories.
Light pleasantly infuses into these homes through their large windows, and the conservatories enjoy optimal sun exposure as the lot faces directly west.
These prestigious flats were designed to meet the most stringent requirements in terms of energy efficiency, aiming for triple MINERGIE certification: categories A, P, and ECO.
They are amply equipped with rooftop photovoltaic solar panels and their hot water supply relies on vertical geothermal ground loops connected to heat pumps.
To complete the picture, the units feature two-way ventilation and integrated home automation technology.
Overlooking an agricultural zone, all flats offer unobstructed views of the surrounding countryside and the Jura range. The neighbouring Versoix Canal and natural wonders at their doorstep are welcome sources of calm for these flats, but the public transport network serves the vicinity and Geneva Airport is but a few kilometres away.
The complex lies within a villa district. While increasing its residential density, it embodies an architectural aspiration to preserve natural space by minimising the construction footprint. The building profiles were precisely designed for optimal integration into the agricultural landscape.
|Project||2016 – 2023|
|Overall floor space||467 m²|
|Civil engineer||Thomas Jundt|
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