• Solar site Erfurt-Südost

    Photovoltaics is the conversion of sunlight into electricity using solar cells, based on the principle of photosynthesis. This process takes place in chloroplasts, round cell organelles scattered throughout plant leaves. They contain the green pigment chlorophyll, which is responsible for extracting energy from sunlight. The molecular composition of chlorophyll is distinguished by its irregular pentagonal honeycomb structure, which becomes the central, dominant image of the solar site.

    2006 Design competition

Solar site Erfurt-Südost

Photovoltaics is the conversion of sunlight into electricity using solar cells, based on the principle of photosynthesis. This process takes place in chloroplasts, round cell organelles scattered throughout plant leaves. They contain the green pigment chlorophyll, which is responsible for extracting energy from sunlight. The molecular composition of chlorophyll is distinguished by its irregular pentagonal honeycomb structure, which becomes the central, dominant image of the solar site.

2006 Design competition