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January 11, 2012
Originally published in Inspired Renovation

In a German town known more for its medieval castle than its modern architecture, the JustK Haus is a prefab home fit for a family of six.

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    Even in a country known for its eco-friendly regulations, the JustK house stands out; its triple-glazed windows and geothermal heat exchanger make it as green as it is modern.   Courtesy of © Brigida González, Stuttgart.

     

    Even in a country known for its eco-friendly regulations, the JustK house stands out; its triple-glazed windows and geothermal heat exchanger make it as green as it is modern. 

    Courtesy of © Brigida González, Stuttgart.
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    Courtesy of © Brigida González, Stuttgart.
    Courtesy of © Brigida González, Stuttgart.
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JustK Haus interior in Tübingen, Germany

 

Even in a country known for its eco-friendly regulations, the JustK house stands out; its triple-glazed windows and geothermal heat exchanger make it as green as it is modern. 

Image courtesy of © Brigida González, Stuttgart.
Project 
JustK Haus
Architect 

The world owes Germany a Danke schön for its green standards, but the JustK house does zero-energy with unusual style. Amunt incorporated a geothermal heat exchanger and triple-glazed win­dows into the strict planning regulations, which dictated the pitched roof and narrow structure (the asymmetric profile accommodates a neighbor who asked that her view of nearby Hohentübingen castle be left intact). Built for Dominik Bless-Martenson, Katrin Martenson, and their four children, JustK (the name comes from its location on the Justinus-Kerner-Strasse) can be divided into two separate units, giving options as the family grows up and leaves the nest.

JustK Haus zero-energy prefab home in Germany
Image courtesy of © Brigida González, Stuttgart.

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