Ecotop 145

EcoTop 145

For large families or flat-sharing communities (4–6 people)
With roofed terrace, fold-out terrace and, according to the entrance situation, a mirrorable floor plan. Home office, 3 bedrooms, solar facade. Two-storey, with attached gravel flat roof.


Standard version

  • Compact building envelope of unglued solid wood and mineral insulation
  • Component-activated in-situ concrete foundation slab on foam glass
  • Multifunctional metal slat facade for active and passive solar energy harvesting as a protective shield and sunshade
  • Underfloor heating and ceiling cooling
  • Kitchen stove as emergency heating
  • Storage room
  • Emergency generator

Optional self-sufficiency modules

  • Energy self-sufficiency module: PV system, wind turbine, storage battery
  • Water management module: spring or groundwater well, rainwater cistern, self-sufficient grey water treatment, humus toilets
  • Nutrition module: Greenhouse, compost production, insect breeding box (optional and not part of the nutrition module is a surrounding moat as a fish breeding basin)


Living space 145.00 m²

  • Kitchen/dining/living area ground floor 41.40 m²
  • Technical room ground floor 11.04 m²
  • Office ground floor 9.37 m²
  • Bathroom/WC ground floor 2.96 m²
  • Storage room ground floor 2.96 m²
  • Anteroom ground floor 6.23 m²
  • Workroom upper floor 6.77 m²
  • Cupboard room upper floor 3.06 m²
  • Room 1 upper floor 10.59 m²
  • Room 2 upper floor 11,42 m²
  • Room 3 upper floor 11.20 m²
  • Corridor upper floor 9.96 m²
  • WC upper floor 1.82 m²
  • Bathroom upper floor 7.83 m²
  • Technical room upper floor 8.39 m²

Utilisable space 46.13 m²

  • Greenhouse ground floor 14.25
  • Garage ground floor 31.88 m²
SW open slats for passive solar energy gains and lots of light in the interior (not included in the basic model: Wind turbine with nine wind turbines (part of the energy self-sufficiency module), greenhouse (part of the nutrition module))
SW closed slats and folded-in terrace: maximum protection. On the south side, absorbers in the slats also enable active solar energy gains
SO solar facade areas can be controlled individually: in front of the greenhouse horizontal setting for optimal passive solar gains and maximum light irradiation; in the basement darkened to the west
NO the view from the north makes the compactness of the structure clearly visible
SW a compact building is an energy-saving building: a fundamental principle of solar architecture
Free visual axes and light-filled views: beauty has a function
View of the greenhouse and interior from the east
Staircase with view into the living area
Living area and kitchen are open-plan lofts
The greenhouse has two storeys and offers space for fruit growing and vertical gardening
The clearly structured room concept of the 145 model: from the airy, south-facing living area at the front, there is a gradual increase in density towards the utility area, technology and garage – as well as retreat options – at the rear

EcoTop 145 views

View south open
View south open closed
View west open
View west closed
View north open
View north closed
View east open
View east closed
Section A/A: View from west
Section B/B: View from east
Ground floor plan (fully equipped with all self-sufficiency modules and garage)
Floor plan upper floor