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Exposition / Workshop Solar Box

Workshop guest teachers: Bob SHEIL (with Kate Davies and Emmanuel Vercruysse), Bert WASMER, Jonathan THORNHILL, Gilles EBERSOLT / ENSAV coordinators : David LECLERC, Gilles EBERSOLT

Du 4 au 14 mars 2014

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ENSAV 2013-2014 – SP22
International Design Workshop
Monday February 24 - Friday February 28 2014
Workshop guest teachers:
Bob SHEIL with Kate DAVIES and Emmanuel VERCRUYSSE, Bert WASMER,
Gilles EBERSOLT, Jonathan THORNHILL,
ENSAV coordinators : David LECLERC, Gilles EBERSOLT
Teaching Assistants: Aude SOFFER, Delphine DARGEGEN, Nicolas BOUBY

SOLAR BOX
a space for experiencing the sun with all senses

Next June, the city of Versailles will host the SOLAR DECATHLON EUROPE 2014 (SD) on a site located within the park of Versailles castle. Created in 2002 by the US Department of Energy, the Solar Decathlon is an international competition between universities and engineering schools to design a passive solar habitat. Up to 300 000 visitors will come to Versailles to visit the 20 prototypes designed by international teams from 16 different countries.

PROGRAM and SITE
As an introduction to the main exhibition, SD organizers have asked to design SOLAR BOXES along the alleys that lead to the SD site, to act as signal and allow the visitors to experience different properties of the sun. The SOLAR BOXES will punctuate the visitor’s journey to the site through the park. They will be located along three alleys (Allée des Matelots, Allée des Tilleuls, Allée d’Apollon) that lead to the “Cité du Soleil” where the SD projects will be on display.

Specific programs - meeting rooms, information booth, a place to rest, a space for isolation and silence away from the crowd, etc. - will be discussed in each group.

Each SOLAR BOX should offer a place to engage an architectural conversation with the sun. The challenge is to develop projects that can raise the public awareness of the sun as an architectural material.

The SOLAR BOX (maximum 40 sq. m2) should be :
• Lightweight : consider a structure that can be made and built by 4 people
• Transportable : the structure should be delivered, built and removed in a short amount of time
• Recyclable : think about a solution for it’s life after the event
• Have a minimal impact on its environment.
• Self-sustainable: consider energy production and consumption.

Exposition / Workshop Solar Box