“Im Lenz”, an eco-district in switzerland to very high energy performance




SERIE. This summer Batiactu you to discover eco-districts out of France. Second part with “Im Lenz” directed in 2015 to Lenzbourg by Losinger Marazzi, the swiss subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, has the distinction of being certified “Site 2,000 watts”. Explanations through the visit of one of its buildings, “Im Flügel”.
As a result of our series, here in Switzerland, the “eco-neighbourhoods last generation,” towards the sustainable neighbourhood of “Im Lenz” to Lenzbourg, a commune of the canton of Ergovie 9,500 inhabitants, located 35 km from Zurich.

 

In the same spirit, that Eikenøtt -translation of the word tassel in the Norwegian – located on the banks of Lake Geneva between Lausanne and Geneva, this new district of Lenzbourg was completed in 2015 by Losinger Marazzi, the swiss subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, created ten years ago.

 

“At the center of the city, we have developed and realized since 2008 the sustainable neighbourhood ‘Im Lenz’, formerly known as the district Gleis Nord, in close partnership with the owner of the land, the cooperative Elektra Birseck Münchenstein (EBM), and the city of Lenzbourg”, explains the spokesperson of Losinger Marazzi.

 

Five buildings : Im Stern, Im Flügel, Im Kreis, Im Grün and finally Im Fluss

 

The figures are eloquent of this sustainable neighbourhood “Im Lenz”, which includes five buildings : Im Stern, Im Flügel, Im Kreis, Im Grün and finally Im Fluss. In total, they add up to 166 rental housing, in a retirement home with 70 seats and a 43-unit assisted living, as well as 10.600 m2 of office space, administrative and commercial.
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On this immense site 61.400 m2 of an old factory, close to the train station, the project managers have wanted a new neighborhood that offers today of the working surface (20.000 m2 of offices), leisure, housing (500), and living spaces. Not to mention the commercial space, accounting for 800 places of work. Over vast areas of relaxation, such as a park with a free access to the Aabach and the place Markus Roth have been required to make a neighbourhood futuristic.

 

Check out starting next Monday, the result of this series of the discovery of eco-districts in switzerland.
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