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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Landsbyhuset in Gyrstinge, Denmark by Cebra Architect

June 17th, 2011 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Cebra Architect

The landsbyhuset in Gyrstinge is an attractor in a small community – a magnet for sports and social activity. Since it is a facility for the whole village, it is intended as a visual symbol that can be a part of a common consciousness. Thus the building should be a kind of magnet – a center that sucks up activity and functions from the surroundings to become a lively hot spot for the village.

Exterior View (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

  • Architect: Cebra Architect
  • Project: Landsbyhuset – Common facility house
  • Location: Gyrstinge Bygade, Gyrstinge, Denmark
  • År: Opført 2010
  • Størrelse: 600 m2
  • Budget: DKK. 17 mio. kr. ekskl. moms

Details (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

The building has a central common space for sports, big events and noisy activities. This room serves as an inner center – a kind of indoor town square – where people can come and go as they want. Sometimes this central space is used for sports such as badminton, handball and volleyball, and at other times it used for party, Christmas events and markets. This space is big, open and flexible – everything could happen here.

Landsbyhuset (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

In direct connection to this inner plaza a range of smaller room are placed – forming two “bars” along the sides of the building. These rooms are all specialized and a bit more mono functional. The bars contain a small hostel, a fitness and yoga room, a kitchen, changing facilities and the likes. One could argue that the main room in the center becomes the magnet and the smaller functions around it the objects that it attracts.

Sport Hall (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

The building has a traditional Danish pitch roof – the symbol for house! This very recognizable shape is cut in different ways so that concave outer spaces emerge. These make outdoor activities better and they make the building more forthcoming – the cuts become entrances and so on. One could also say that the traditional – almost archetypal – shape of the pitch roof house becomes dynamic and vibrant. In this sense The Landsbyhuset is a vibrant or “dancing” house.

Sport Hall (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

Sport Hall (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

Exterior View (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

Interior View (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

Exterior View (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

Night View (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

Street View (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

Exterior View (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

Landsbyhuset (Image Courtesy Vivian_Leisner)

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