With experienced design professionals in industrialised construction and five years devoted entirely to research in the residential field, the startup SysHaus redefines conventional construction: speed, technical and aesthetic quality and environmental consciousness.
The 200m2 SysHaus house brings a new approach for contemporary living, where efficiency, practicality and sustainability are effective practices. The structural pre-fabricated system is composed of pillars and beams, connected by a metallic cube that works as a structural node. When combined, they can result in different configurations of layouts within a limit of up to three floors, either in a flat or sloped terrain.
The external and internal materials, such as floors, walls and linings, are also conceived as part of a docking system. In this way, you can assembly and disassemble the residence in the lot without generating waste or consuming natural resources such as water – abundantly wasted in conventional construction. From design to conclusion can take only 6 months!
Named as “ecosystemic”, the houses are designed with efficient systems and 100% recyclable components. Therefore, they do not need adaptations to include sustainable solutions. The house is already delivered with rainwater capture and reuse, solar energy through photovoltaic panels and a biodigestor that transforms organic waste into gas for the kitchen and fireplace. It is still possible to choose a green roof, which contributes naturally for thermal and acoustic comfort. The house is high-energy efficient.
Designed by Arthur Casas, the interiors are conceived with module cabinets and kitchen allowing flexibility should the house be moved at a later stage or if the house sells and the owners which to take modules with them. All design elements are full customizable. SysHaus is proof that prefab living is becoming more refined and clever in its approach to sustainable design.