The distinctively hollowed wall, in whose surface the sky is reflected on sunny days, anthracite grey CIS modules become a clear architectural statement of the building. More than 700 thin film modules are mounted using point anchoring on a substructure made of zinced steel sections. The solar wall is the crowning glory of a reconstruction project providing a new face to the Ferdinand Braun Institute. Behind this screen, which faces the road, the building will be able to make future changes without modifying external aesthetic and appearance.
|Project||Ferdinand Braun Institute|
||2006 (PV plant)|