Let's make the energy transition more beautiful.
Seamless facade integration
6 design collections. Unique colour technology. Standard module sizes – or customization. Everything to make sustainability in construction simple, fast and, above all, beautiful.
A patented mounting system manufactured in our production location in Weesp, The Netherlands. Individually removable panels for extra ease of installation. In short: at least as easy to install as other facade materials.
CO2 emissions that Solarix helps prevent annually with its current projects:
Together we show how beautiful sustainability can be. Every architect can easily get started with our products. You can request samples to see which design best suits your design. We provide technical drawings for Revit, DWGs and IFCs. And provide textures for your sketches.
Sometimes it is project developers with courage who opt for aesthetic sustainability. Sometimes architects choose a facade that pays for itself. It is always people who find us a reliable party.
It is of course crucial that every building meets the various sustainability requirements (BENG, label C and labels such as BREEAM or LEED. But there is more benefit. Sustainability and the aesthetic addition of Solarix panels to the facade increase the real estate value and rentability of a building. Take the Pharos building in Hoofddorp: transformed into the healthiest working community in Europe. The Solarix solar facade produces 12,000 to 15,000 kWh of energy annually. Thanks to the active facade, the owner of the building saves 4,000 to 5,000 euros annually on the energy bill. Compared to a regular aluminium facade, the additional costs of the solar facade pay for themselves within 7 to 13 years (depending on the orientation). This means earning money with the facade instead of incurring costs. No other facade does that. The Solarix SolarCheck can provide insight into the possibilities of a solar facade and the business case. Based on satellite data, we provide an estimate of how much energy your facade can generate in a year. We analyse the orientation of the building in relation to the sun, what the optimal surfaces of panels on the facade can be and how much CO2 emissions are saved. In addition, we show in broad terms what the investment will be and what the return will be.