SunRoof, a leader in solar energy innovation, is revolutionizing the future of sustainable architecture with the first gray solar roofs. These unique roofs were built at the Monolith single-family housing development near Gdansk, Poland. Here the combination of technology, world-class design and environmental protection becomes a reality.
Roofs with solar power
A leading investment that symbolizes a new era in the field of ecological construction is the avant-garde Monolit estate in Straszyn near Gdansk. It consists of 8 residences with unique architecture, inspired by huge erratic boulders left by the Ice Age, known as monoliths. According to the vision of architect Pawel Lis, the building blocks are topped with stone roofs integrated with photovoltaic modules in the color of natural stone. They not only provide a consistent form and unique character, but also turn the houses into sources of clean electricity.
I designed the Monolith estate as a unique place that attracts with innovative architecture and at the same time is based on solutions that protect the environment. A place that creates a space that is functional and at the same time friendly to residents. SunRoof has given me the opportunity to realize my assumptions in a way that not long ago seemed unattainable," says Pawel Lis, architect and author of the Monolit housing development project.
This is SunRoof's first realization using gray photovoltaic modules. The roofs were specially designed and made for the Monolith estate to harmonize with its innovative and eco-friendly concept.