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Home 2030

Location:
Unknown
Client:
RIBA
Status:
Competition
Photography by:
Stefan Shaw Studio

Earlier in 2020, Stefan Shaw Studio entered The Home of 2030 design competition aimed to attract the best and brightest talents of the housing industry to design the homes of the future.
Our entry “S-Haus” is a prefabricated building framework for the construction of affordable, efficient and healthy homes for all. More than just a single home, the S-Haus system proposed a customisable and adaptable kit of standardised parts that aimed at reducing build costs, increasing efficiency and making mainstream homes and sustainable communities affordable and achievable.

Accessible and adaptable, the flexible typologies were able to be designed and fabricated as single units, or in multiples to create sustainable communities. Social interaction was encouraged throughout the lifecycle of the build, through learning the skills involved to design and build your pre-fabricated home, interaction within the proposals many social areas (so vital in today’s world), local fabrication, community construction, and the eventual re-use and recycling of the homes themselves.

The concept of the framework was as simple as 1, 2 3

1 Digitally designed by you:

Each Unit was designed as an adaptable system of standardised parts. This means each house, workshop, local shop, community centre and elderly care residence can be unique without costing more. One size doesn’t need to fit all.

2 Cut, load, assemble:
CNC cut and brought to site as a large flatpack Ikea style home, S_Haus doesn’t need large, expensive factories. Components were designed to be manufactured by a network of local micro-factories using digital fabrication tools and a sense of community.

3 Designed for speed:
Homes and communities are able to be rapidly assembled on site to pinpoint precision.
Everyone can get involved!

The flexibility of the mixed use housing framework was designed to put age friendly and inclusive
living at the heart of the system. Designed to encourage healthy lifestyles and keeping active (especially important for ageing people.)

With the UK committing to ‘net zero’ emissions by 2050, proposals looked to contribute to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions through the construction industry and would were less a climate change culprit, and more of a friend in the eco homes revolution.

Home 2030

Location:
Unknown
Client:
RIBA
Status:
Competition
Photography by:
Stefan Shaw Studio

Earlier in 2020, Stefan Shaw Studio entered The Home of 2030 design competition aimed to attract the best and brightest talents of the housing industry to design the homes of the future.
Our entry “S-Haus” is a prefabricated building framework for the construction of affordable, efficient and healthy homes for all. More than just a single home, the S-Haus system proposed a customisable and adaptable kit of standardised parts that aimed at reducing build costs, increasing efficiency and making mainstream homes and sustainable communities affordable and achievable.

Accessible and adaptable, the flexible typologies were able to be designed and fabricated as single units, or in multiples to create sustainable communities. Social interaction was encouraged throughout the lifecycle of the build, through learning the skills involved to design and build your pre-fabricated home, interaction within the proposals many social areas (so vital in today’s world), local fabrication, community construction, and the eventual re-use and recycling of the homes themselves.

The concept of the framework was as simple as 1, 2 3

1 Digitally designed by you:

Each Unit was designed as an adaptable system of standardised parts. This means each house, workshop, local shop, community centre and elderly care residence can be unique without costing more. One size doesn’t need to fit all.

2 Cut, load, assemble:
CNC cut and brought to site as a large flatpack Ikea style home, S_Haus doesn’t need large, expensive factories. Components were designed to be manufactured by a network of local micro-factories using digital fabrication tools and a sense of community.

3 Designed for speed:
Homes and communities are able to be rapidly assembled on site to pinpoint precision.
Everyone can get involved!

The flexibility of the mixed use housing framework was designed to put age friendly and inclusive
living at the heart of the system. Designed to encourage healthy lifestyles and keeping active (especially important for ageing people.)

With the UK committing to ‘net zero’ emissions by 2050, proposals looked to contribute to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions through the construction industry and would were less a climate change culprit, and more of a friend in the eco homes revolution.

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