The authors of the Vähi 6 and Põlde 14 design are architects Aigar Roht and Priit Elijas from the Architectural Office AB Korrus.
The houses are characterised by a modern architectural style, large white frames on the house facades, practical apartment layouts, power producing solar panels, and geothermal heating.
The calculated energy label corresponds to class A.
The Vähi 6 and Põlde 14 houses are built by the construction company Ehitus5ECO. Two two-storey apartment houses will be constructed, the Vähi 6 house will have 24 apartments and the Põlde 14 house will have 16 apartments. Utility rooms and storage rooms are located on the first floors of the buildings.
The two-storey houses are broken down into eight-apartment sections for privacy.
Each apartment has a balcony or a terrace. The ventilation unit of the apartment is in the utility room. Three-room and four-room apartments have a separated toilet and bathroom.
In the courtyard, there is a children’s playground and a parking lot with a barrier gate.
Which came first, the plans or the white frames?