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  • slow ottawa

    Endesa Pavillion, Solar House 2.0, Barcelona, designed by IaaC. Click image for full profile & visit these boards for more sustainable living >>

  • Bette

    ENDESA Pavilion is a self-sufficient solar prototype installed at the Marina Dock in Barcelona, Spain. It's a control room for monitoring and testing several projects related to intelligent power management. Photo: Adrià Goula

  • Emily Lakshman

    “The pavilion is just a skin solution applicable to any scale or typology —a modular skin based on the logic of sun protection and radiation gaining, but all of them with different geometry to allow a perfect adaptation to the sun path.”

  • Smithjamie Smithjamie

    If you like to put up solar panels in your home you are indeed making a great choice. Not only for the environment but for your personal economy as well. But it's not always easy to start with a new thing. To make the transition easier, our site about solar panels is filled with great information and recourses about everything that solar energy entails and a little more.

  • Boite a images • Design pictures

    Built to meet very specific energetic and comfort needs and made by using Wood. Builders mounted solar panel in exterior triangular protruding awnings - Endesa Solar Pavilion in Barcelona, Spain designed by the institute for advance architecture of catalonia (IAAC)

  • King Ky

    Endessa Pavilion IAAC, solar facade, wood architecture, sustainable architecture, photovoltaics, student work

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