Archive for the ‘Cabin’ Category
Thursday, May 21st, 2015
Article source: Margot Krasojevic
The Artificial Snow Cave Hut
The hut offers a snowdrift frame made from weighted carbon fiber mesh, this contoured landscape mimics the surrounding vertiginous precipices and landscapes, the carbon fiber snowscape creates an artificial snow cave which can be dug into and around enabling climbers to inhabit the structure in a similar way to a snow cave.
Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic
- Architects: Margot Krasojevic
- Project: Himalayan Emergency Shelter, Artificial Snow Cave
- Location: Himalayan, Nepal
- Software used: Autodesk, Revit and Maya.
Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
Article source: Tomek Michalski
Tomek Michalski currently lives in Poland. He is at the senior year of Industrial Design at the Institute Design in Koszalin. However he claims that graphic design is his core passion. That’s why thanks to his studies his able to additionally improve his skills.
Image Courtesy © Tomek Michalski
- Architects: Tomek Michalski
- Project: Cabin in the forest
- Location: Poland
- Software used: 3ds max, Corona renderer and Adobe Photoshop
Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Article source: Aslak Haanshuus Arkitekter AS
The project is located on the shores of the lake Femunden, half an hour’s drive south of the World Heritage Site mining town Røros. The site lies right on the edge of Femundsmarka National Park, which is part of the largest continuous wilderness areas in Southern Scandinavia.
Image Courtesy © Tom Gustavsen
- Architects: Aslak Haanshuus Arkitekter AS
- Project: Cabin at Femunden
- Location: Femunden, Norway
- Photography: Tom Gustavsen
- Design team: Aslak Krogness Haanshuus
- Contractor: Martin Røsand and Kasper Ødegaard
- Furnishings: Stein Haanshuus and Niels Moer
- Main materials: Local timber of pine, doors and windows from Velfac.
- Area: 85 sqm
- Year: 2015 (more…)
Friday, March 13th, 2015
Article source: ateliermob – Arquitectura
With the same area and volume of the previous building, the new Canoeing Center is also located at the river beach of Alvega. Its proximity to the Tagus river, in a regularly flooded area during the winter, determined its position, raised above ground level – increasing the ground permeability –, and the coating of its walls, with a solution of black recycled plastic profiles, able to resist the impact of objects that might be dragged by the river, being permeable to the water flow simultaneously.
Image Courtesy © Francisco Nogueira
- Architects: ateliermob – Arquitectura, Design e Urbanismo, lda
- Project: Alvega Canoeing Center
- Location: Alvega, Abrantes, Portugal
- Photography: Francisco Nogueira
- Software used: ProgeCAD
- Design team: Andreia Salavessa, Tiago Mota Saraiva, Vera João, Ana Luísa Cunha, Rita Aguiar Rodrigues, Carine Pimenta, João Afonso Almeida, Mariana Simões, João Torres, Sophia Walk
- Client: Câmara Municipal de Abrantes
- Structure: Betar – José Pedro Venâncio, Maria do Carmo Vieira
- Area: 320 m2
- Project year: 2010
Friday, February 13th, 2015
Article source: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter
This all-year cabin is located in the mountains above the village Ål, amidst cross-country ski tracks in winter and hiking tracks in summer. It is well suited for the family of five and designed to accommodate changes in family composition and a mix of generations in the years to come. The project has had a particular ambition to adapt to the existing topography and natural surroundings, while taking advantage of the beneficial opportunities of the site.
Image Courtesy © Soren Harder Nielsen
- Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter AS
- Project: V-Lodge
- Location: Ål, Buskerud, Norway
- Photography: Soren Harder Nielsen
- Client: Private
- Size / value: 120 m2
- Commission type: Direct commission (2011)
- Program: All-year cabin for a family of five
- Status: Completed (2013)
Tuesday, February 10th, 2015
Article source: Låda Cube
\”In 2013 Låda Cube set out to change how we use and think about our walls.
Fueled by our belief that traditional stick-built walls consume needless time, energy, and resources, we set out to develop a better technology. We couldn’t be more excited about the results!
We created a wall that is infinitely flexible and allows for rapid modifications of spaces, a wall that is transportable, a wall that is cheaper, and most importantly, a wall that is beautiful.
Image Courtesy © Låda Cube
- Architects: Låda Cube (John Fay)
- Project: LC-140
- Location: Colorado, USA
- Software used: Photoshop, Sketchup, and Microsoft Powerpoint
Saturday, February 7th, 2015
Article source: Henrique Barros-Gomes
The project was designed for an architectural competition, promoted by “Free Green”.
The challenge was to develop a small vacation home for a couple with two grown children, a kind of a modernist retreat. The aim was to build an economic, ecological, modern but without formal excesses house, which would integrate smoothly into the landscape of a forest in a lake front. It should suggest what may be termed \”affordable luxury\”.
Image Courtesy © Henrique Barros-Gomes
Thursday, December 11th, 2014
Article source: Atelier Oslo
The project is located in Krokskogen forests, outside the town of Hønefoss. Its location on a steep slope gives a fantastic view over the lake Steinsfjorden.
The site is often exposed to strong winds, so the cabin is organized around several outdoors spaces that provide shelter from the wind and receives the sun at different times of the day.
Image Courtesy © Atelier Oslo
- Architects: Atelier Oslo
- Project: Cabin Norderhov
- Location: Hønefoss, Norway
- Photography: Lars Petter Pettersen
- Team: Nils Ole Bae Brandtzæg, Thomas Liu, Marius Mowe, Jonas Norsted, Juan Ruiz, Bosheng Gan, Sveinn Thorarinsson, Emmanuel Ferm
- Consultants: Estatikk AS v/Sivilingeniør Ole Morten Braathen, Aps AS v/KåreWærnes, MoelvenLimtre AS v/ Rolf Evensen, Concept design v/Fredrik Eng,
- Main conctractor: Byggmester Bård Bredesen
- Client: Private
- Gross area: 80 kvm
- Completed: 2014
Thursday, January 16th, 2014
Article source: Phillip K Smith III
On the weekend of October 12th in Joshua Tree, California, artist Phillip K Smith III revealed his light based project, Lucid Stead. What was expected to be a two day event for a handful of viewers, turned into over 400 people making the journey over two weekends. People as far away as New York City and Canada traveled to the California High Desert to experience it. Numerous media sources have asked to do cover stories on the work. Thousands of photos professional and amateur, were taken, posted and shared across blogs and social media sights. In just over 30 days, Lucid Stead officially became a phenomenon.
Image Courtesy © royale projects : contemporary art
- Architects: Phillip K Smith III
- Project: Lucid Stead
- Location: California, U.S.A
- Photography: Steven king photography
Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Article source: SEPTEMBRE
A wooden cabin with sauna and bedroom on the island of Trossö, Sweden. Two large windows frame the windswept and poetic landscape: the ocean on one side, pines on the other, with a large sliding door effectively doubling the living area when open. The cabin contains a sauna and a 2 person bedroom, living room.The cabin was designed for a couple who spend their summers on the remote island of Trossö, off the west coast of Sweden.
Image Courtesy © Alphonse Sarthout
- Architects: SEPTEMBRE
- Project: ERMITAGE
- Location: Trossö, Sweden
- Photography: Alphonse Sarthout
- Use: Summer house
- Site Area: ㎡ 3 ha
- Bldg. Area: ㎡ 20m²
- Gross Floor Area: ㎡ 17m²
- Bldg. Scale: Stories above Ground, Stories below Ground : 1 level
- Structure: Wood structure, beams and pillars in Swedish Spruce. Ground pillars in cast concrete
- Max. Height: 4m
- Exterior Finish: Painted Swedish spruce
- Project Team: Lina Lagerstrom, MemiaBelkaid , Sami Aloulou, DouniaHamdouch, Emilia Jansson
- Client: Private