Security of a place isn’t only measured by security devices such as surveillance cameras, a group of security officers and their dog, or a fire alarm that tells you within a few miles earlier, but also by the security which covers all parts of your house, it feels much more effective.
An impenetrable fortress from all sorts of things that can endanger which is applied to a dynamic and sustainable house style, has proved a fact that an impossible thing like it which is deemed unlikely to materialize, now comes true in the rural outskirts of Warsaw, Poland.
The KWK Promes-Designed home, called the Safe House design, is inspired by the horrendous events such as the nuclear disaster in Fukushima power plants on Japan, terrorism, robbery and the devastating tornado outbreak in South America and the Midwest. Feel the lack of security of a home, the architect creates an architectural model of a safe house design that never was before.
With a drawbridge and a variety of mechanical moving parts to operate, these compounds contain 6100-square-foot concrete cube designed by a client whose the main priority is to get a sense of maximum security in their future home. They want to live in essentially Batcave above the land with a swimming pool.
Wide glazings behind the movable walls let the building acquire energy. This house can actually open and close. This means that during the summer, this safe house design can prevent excessive of solar heat to enter the house. And in winter, it can absorb heat energy which is used as energy for heating the room naturally. In addition, heat pumps, solar powered system with gas heating and mechanical ventilation with heat recovery make this house into a smart passive buildings. This happens automatically every day. Open since morning and closed at dusk. This is a safe house design that has a cycle like the plants.
Safe House Design Picture
Data reference: MNN
Images: KWK Promes/Aleksander Rutkowski