"SolarCity Linz" by Auer+Weber+Assoziierte

The solarCity is established in Linz-Pichling in Austria, an energy-saving living district with about 4,000 people. The local housing estates were built as low-energy design. The idea, that fossil fuels contribute to global warming, and therefore their use should be avoided, was a fundamental concept in the planning.

The planning for the project began in 1992. Since 1999, the 1,300 apartments was gradually built in construction within 6 years. The total cost of the project amounted to 190 million euros, nearly two-thirds of which is for the residential building, and only a third of the total as the cost of the infrastructure.
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