De Loskade completed with Solar Design solar panels

In collaboration with Van Wijnen, Solarix added a beautiful design with leaf structure print and new sensors onprefabricated housing with the “pleasant living” concept.

What is De Loskade?

The Loskade in Groningen is a real estate concept consisting of prefabricated houses that can be placed on site in one day. Studio Solarix contributes to the circular objective by means of energy-generating solar facades with a beautiful design, which are added to the prefabricated housing construction.

Which designs have been chosen?

The leaf structure print on the solar panels establishes the link between how nature generates energy (photosynthesis) and how the panels do that, the similarity here is that both generate energy at the place where the energy is used, not in the middle of the sea or at the other side of town. In addition, the solar facade at Loskade is not only a facade that generates energy, but also provides interaction with the environment through interactive LED lighting that reacts to how quickly someone goes from top to bottom on the stairs. The goal is to stimulate people to take the stairs in a playful way.

How far is the development?

The Loskade was recently completed with the first facade panels with LED lighting on the stairwells. The LED lighting responds to the people walking up and down the stairs. The smart solar façade panels are already making a great contribution to making the circular district of the future more sustainable, safer and more fun. We remain involved with De Loskade for new additions to the homes.


Look at the spectacular opening with Van Wijnen .