Do you want to develop your children in a family environment, without giving up the advantages of the city? Are you a single parent who appreciates good infrastructure? Or do you need help or attach importance to maximum independence and flexibility? Well, the Heidelberg Village in south-west Germany will be your next home.
Heidelberg Village will be a 15,000 square meters “living community”, with two blocks (162 residential units) from one to five bedrooms and apartments that blend with the requirements of residents of several generations with individuals needs; with or without a disability. All apartments have wheelchairs entrances and feature a balcony or roof terrace. In both buildings, there are two elevators.
Heidelberg Village – versatile and colourful – is impressive with its structural aspects, its content and the social model of nature as a sustainable habitat. Dominating the facades of the two buildings; vertical gardens with wild vines, wisteria, honeysuckle and fruit trees. External walls will be covered with anti-pollution paint.
It is built to respond to the fundamental principle of Passivhauss 15kWh/m2, the yearly maximum heating demand. The building also adheres to the five principles of sustainability, designed by architect Wolfgang Frey to cover ecology, affordability, integration, innovation and profitability.
The building adheres to the five principles of sustainability: ecology, affordability, integration, innovation and profitability.
“Heidelberg Village is based on the idea of urban planning and sustainable architecture, both socially and environmentally,” says architect Wolfgang Frey of Frey Architekten, who is responsible for planning. The concept of Heidelberg Village aims to attract people in a diverse area with many social contacts. Heidelberg Village is the largest passive energy complex in the world.”