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Residential Buildings

degewo Future House

Additional value

  • Concept and expertise developed for energy self-sufficiency of large established buildings

Individual services

  • Feasilbility Studies
  • Contract Award Strategy
  • Subsidy Controlling
  • Cost, Schedule and Contract Management
  • Review of Planning Results
  • System Planning
  • Indoor Climate and Energy Concepts
  • Energy Design
  • Technical and Economic Controlling

degewo AG, Berlin


3,627 m²

Residental units

8 floors with a total of 64 residential units

Reduction of costs

for heating/hot water from € 1.04 per m² to € 0.29 per m²

The German capital will soon have one more innovative building. From 2016 the first almost entirely energy self-sufficient multifamily residential building will be constructed as part of a rehabilitation program. The property in the Lankwitz district dates back to 1954 and is in need of rehabilitation. From 2017 the building will produce and store its own energy (heat, electricity). Drees & Sommer ensured rigorous processes and future-safe technologies.