Ortner + Ortner Baukunst

solar pavilion . Potsdam


Ortner + Ortner Baukunst . photos: © 2010 schnepp • renou . + odersun

A social space with solar external skin designed by architects Ortner + Ortner Baukunst has been erected on the campus of Potsdam University of Applied Sciences. Designed as a “live gallery”, a PV pavilion has been created with 4-metre-high break-proof solar modules from Odersun AG.







The 35-meter-long photovoltaic pavilion adds the finishing touch to the university campus of Potsdam University of Applied Sciences and is to be used as a space for social events, brainstorming ideas and presentations. The Odersun solar modules, which are just under 4 meter high and 1 meter wide, cover the whole building. Made from 25 mm-thick break-proof security glass, the PV modules act as façade elements and were specially developed and manufactured for this project.

The idea of integrating the green building concept into the redesign of the campus site was part of the project from the outset. Architects Ortner + Ortner Berlin developed this idea further in conjunction with students from the University of Applied Sciences and module manufacturer Odersun which specialises in solar architecture. The result is a symbiosis of sustainable architecture, functionality and efficiency – in short, a solar façade that not only generates power, but is also aesthetically attractive.
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