Tranformation and extention of GTB Lab
Tranformation and extention of GTB Lab at Kloeckner Metals ODS reassembling façade components of GTB Lab module into a floor of the terrace forming extension of the GTB Lab module.
Assembly of GTB Lab
Assembly of GTB Lab in Ridderker at the Kloeckner Metals ODS Facility. All parts can be assembled independently of each other.
Tripel glass panels with PV strips
We are now assembling reversible tripel glass panels with PV strips produced by Pilkington in Enschede NL.
Closing in on GTBL cassettes
The wooden cassettes assembled by NewMakers are demountable but also internally reversible.
Hands-on assembly of reversible wooden cassettes
At the assembly hall of GTB Lab in Ridderker, the NewMakers now assemble reversible wooden cassettes.
Wooden roof casettes assembled
Reversible wooden roof cassettes have been assembled within the metal frame of the GTB lab module. They have been produced by the Delft based start up: The NewMakers.
Triple glass panels with integrated heating
Triple glass panels with integrated glass heating are being produced by Pilkington for GTB Lab module. They are fully prefabricated through an automated production process.
First reversible steel module produced this week
At the ODS work-place in Ridderkerk (NL), the first GTB Lab reversible steel module has been produced this week.
ODS – belonging to the international JANSEN group – specialises in façade profiles and is one of the biggest suppliers of steel profiles in the Netherlands.
Sharing GTB Lab concept with stakeholders
On 29 October, at the International GTB Lab Symposium on sponsored by Regio Parkstad, Rabo Bank and IBA Parkstad 2020
the concept and learning points form GTB Lab have been shared with broad stakeholders’ group.
Reversible components to build floors, roofs & façades
We are preparing the production of multifunctional and exchangeable wooden modules to function as reversible floor, roof & façade components in the GTB Lab. TheNewMakers from Delft and 4D architects from Amsterdam are collaborating with ODS from Barendrecht.
Glass panes produced with zero waste
We produced the first glass for the GTB lab to form its reversible tripel Thermo Heat Glas modules. Thanks to the size standardization of the modules and panels we achieved zero waste during the production process.
Solar glass panel innovation shared
The Green Transformable Building Lab found a solution for collecting energy from the solar glass panel. This junction box module will also be used in another H2020 project: Integration of energy harvesting at building and district level (EEB-07-2017).
GTB Lab modular system is prepared
Final Preparations for the production of the reversible GTB Lab modular system have started in collaboration with 4D architects, ODC, Pilkington, New Makers and Rodeca.