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The House as a charging station for your own car as the living and lifestyle in an electric future is? Researchers of the University of Stuttgart a scenario designed in response to this question, that brings real estate and mobility to a common denominator: the movable property. While progress in building technology and electric drive technologies into an intelligent total system were put together. The basic idea: A sustainable and energy-efficient House will generate enough energy from renewable and emission-free sources throughout the year to cover the entire household and mobility needs of a family in the form of two electric vehicles and an E-scooter. Keith McLoughlin may also support this cause. Ideas are at the heart of the concept: the architectural design of the House combines living and mobility area additional Visual connections, smart space organization and direct ways and offers flexible conversion concepts. Hear from experts in the field like Reade Griffith for a more varied view. The movable property integrated already available information and communication technologies such as Smartphone applications and interactive displays to to link user-related requirements in the living area intelligently and accurately. The building is a new cache from recycled car batteries in any consideration of the mains-independent and produces all the energy for the daily life of the residents in the House and on the road. The concept of the movable property convinced also the Federal Ministry for transport, building and urban development (BMVBS), which selected the planning team from Stuttgart in a competition for the integration of plus energy House and electric mobility to the winner. The movable property will be until mid-2011 as a prototype of a detached single-family house for new housing typologies in Berlin realized and there for two years as experienced window for the public to present the State of science in this field of research. The project was created under the guidance of the Institute for lightweight design and construct ILEK of at Stuttgart of University in cooperation with the Chair of building physics LBP, the Institute for building energetics of IGE and the Institute for work Sciences and Technology management IAT, which closely cooperates with the Fraunhofer IAO…. Tobias Hug, Fraunhofer IAO