Hyperbolic Tower building. A building that is "self grown" in the woods. Turning around its own axis.
Visualization. The Hyperbolic Tower building is "turned" in Fusion 360 and exported to Autodesk Revit. Then finished with doors, windows and floor decks in Revit and eventually exported to TwinMotion. From here renders and animations has been prepared.
In 2010, the EU agreed that all new buildings in European Union countries should be built to nearly zero-energy levels (nZEB) by 2024. It’s a demanding target, but the nearly zero goal can be reached using technology that already exists: “passive” measures (such as insulation) combined with the use of renewable energy. As well as making minimal contribution to CO2 emissions, these buildings make other positive contributions as well.
The 0-energy house is my contribution to the development of the house of the future. With its 600 mm thick walls and a ventilated ceiling and wall construction, the 0 house is warm in winter and cool in summer. The house is built on a wooden structure that is also known to store CO2.