We are the very end of the building works because in three days the house Odoo should be completed and look fresh and crisply new, ready to receive visitors. The shifts are exhausting, but no one can crush our spirit. The main structures were set on the previous week, and now we install the secondary and coating structures; meanwhile the automation and the mechanical tests and setup go on. Let’s see what happened to us!
Photos: Balázs Danyi
Finally we got a room at the ‘headquarters’ of Villa Solar. We inhabit the space following the well-proven “less is more” principle.
The total facade cladding, roof covering, glazed panels and shading system were applied onto the house.
Our ramp-bordering levanders in action!
While Adrián is drilling on the surface…
…tools and legs peeking out tells us that…
…a part of the team moved under the ramp.
Gábor was forced to climb out from under the stepping grid, …
…so make place for the terrace pavement.
Zoli, the tiling-cutting workman of the team.
Peti usually spends the whole day near the switch cabinet.
Automation is constantly evolving, Balázs may even control us via iPhone soon.
A little bit of professional cleaning.
Variatons for how to spend the 15-min break in the afternoon.
No wonder that everybody is getting tired, the shifts are long and fast-paced: morning shift starts at 7 am, afternoon shift finishes at 11 pm.
The show must go on. After the little break everybody gets back to work with full effort.
Now the last elements are hiding the house, but in 2 days we shall see the whole building.
Direct consequence of painting the barriers.
The first rain reached us, not everybody felt as happy about it as Tomi.
We became the first residents of the house while it was raining.
A little rain can not stop the assembly works.
Architects vs. electrical engineers.
The most precise cutting-bench in Madrid.
Now, we go back to work. But next time we’ll report from the completed Odoo House.