Trabeco combines comfort and design in a house full of ambitions
Both contemporary and environmentally friendly, this Trabeco project is a compendium of good ideas. A practical and pleasant home thanks to well-thought out details, cutting-edge innovations and some top-of-the-range services.
On a large plot of 1500 square meters, a couple with two children dreams of an ultra contemporary house and very powerful, with optimal insulation and qualities ahead of its time. Trabeco thus imagines a home with graphic lines. "The architecture is based on cubes with a rooftop terrace, very fashionable, says Miguel Gomes, builder of single-family homes in Yvelines and member of the national network Trabeco.The project was accepted by the municipality through the implementation ahead of its ecological assets, it is the only one in this small village of 800 inhabitants of Yvelines. " With a reflection on comfort, insulation and style, Trabeco realizes a villa of 240 square meters of living space for about 700,000 euros (turnkey, excluding landscaping). A house that lives up to its promise, with high-end services and cutting-edge design.
A contemporary project for a practical place to live
With the desire to create an open living space, Trabeco is designing a loft-style ground floor in a unique, open, 90-square-meter room. On the decorative side, the polished concrete-resin floor fits in a sleek style. "On the first floor, a glass walkway separates the children's corner from the 55-square-meter master suite," continues Miguel Gomes, "a way to distinguish the two areas, while bringing a beautiful light to the living room." To maximize the comfort of homeowners, Trabeco thinks about details that are important on a daily basis. A washing machine tube between the floor and the laundry room, a heated floor, a rain shower or a Japanese washroom make life easier for everyone.
With large bay windows facing south, this house Trabeco optimizes natural light, while being very pleasant to live. The management of solar gains is regulated by adjustable sun breezes built into the masonry. A way of delaying the heat diffused and to protect oneself from the opposite by preserving a little intimacy. In the green trend, a green wall in the stairway echoes the surrounding nature.
A high-performance, future-oriented living space
"At the request of the owners, the project is based on innovations combining respect for the environment and quality of life", insists Miguel Gomes de Trabeco. Starting with reinforced insulation. A key element to reduce energy consumption and anticipate the demands of new thermal regulations related to housing. Beyond the tightness of the house, Trabeco also thinks of good indoor ventilation. Thanks to a double flow system, the air is filtered, cleaned and renewed. To go further, Trabeco does work on energies. Solar panels make it possible to heat the water and photovoltaic panels produce electricity whose owners manage the consumption. When not in use, electricity can be stored via a battery in the garage to charge the car, for example.
With the concern of a house simpler to organize day by day, Trabeco also equips the home of a home automation system. A way to remotely control the light, the alarm or the shutters. Still at work, homeowners can anticipate needs and prepare the house upon their arrival.