Archive for the ‘Cabin’ Category
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
Friday, September 27th, 2013
Article source: Rallar Arkitekter
The Rjukan Town Cabin is built by 22 architect students from NTNU, and managed by the student group Rallar Arkitekter. The project is a pavilion meant to be a new and different place to meet for the population of Rjukan. The pavilion is open for everyone at every hour of the day, and contains an exhibition with pictures from Rjukan in the past and present.
Image Courtesy © Per Berntsen
- Architects: Rallar Arkitekter
- Project: Town Cabin
- Location: Rjukan, Norway
- Photography: Per Berntsen, Rallar Arkitekter, Janne Hillersøy and Kristian Eliassen
- Municipality: Tinn Kommune, Norway
- Completed: Juni, 2013
- Principal: Tinn Kommune
- Architect coworkers: Anders Gunleiksrud, John Haddal Mork, Kristine Øvstebø, Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik, Silje Ruud
Eiliv Andreas Myren Ribe
- Supervisor structural Engineering: Bendik Manum, Førsteamanuensis, fakultet for arkitektur og billedkunst, NTNU
- Arcitectonic consultants: Steffen Wellinger Førsteamanuensis Sivilarkitekt MNAL
- Project management: Rallar Arkitekter
- Construction management: Rallar Arkitekter
- Main Entrepreneur: Rallar Arkitekter, A-Å Entrepenør
- Gross area: 60m2
- Costs excl. VAT and the cost reporting year: 360 000 (2013)
- Building students: Christopher Wilkens, Runa Dahler Sandø, Nina Heir, Ellen Age Kildal, Katarina Harbækvold, Halvard Bergan Paus, Steinar Hillersøy Dyvik, Kristine Øvstebø, Henrik Andreas Borgnes Pfieffer, Sebastian Østlie, Marit Heggvoll, Silje Ruud, John Haddal Mork, Andreas Bakken Smedås, Anders Gunleiksrud.
Friday, August 30th, 2013
Article source: O + A strategies and architecture
Over Het IJ Festival 2012 opened in a temporary shipping container city designed by O+A at the NDSM shipyard in North Amsterdam.
The festival for site-specific theatre performances have been organised at the NDSM shipyard for over two decades. Theatrical artists, both young and experienced, are challenged to employ and investigate the disused shipyard for unique and context-specific performances.
Image Courtesy © O + A strategies and architecture
- Architects: O + A strategies and architecture
- Project: Temporary Shipping Container City
- Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Client: Stichting IJ Producties
- Team: Marc van Asseldonk, Auguste van Oppen, Aleš Hanak
- Commission type: full commission
- Collaborators: Van Eden Bouwconstructies (engineer), Luca Stappers (stage designer)
- year: 2012
- Status: built
Saturday, August 3rd, 2013
Article source: Foster + Partners
Following the successful refurbishment of The Wing, Cathay Pacific’s flagship lounge at Hong Kong International Airport, the practice has carried the lounge’s sophisticated design into the first class cabin of the Boeing 777-300ER fleet. The project to refresh the award-winning cabin is the first time that the practice has designed the interior and furnishings for a commercial aircraft.
Image Courtesy © Steve Wong
- Architects: Foster + Partners
- Project: Cathay Pacific’s first class cabin
- Photography: Steve Wong, Foster + Partners, Nigel Young_Foster + Partners, John Nye
Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
Article source: ARKÍS arkitektar
Ranger cabins in Vatnajökull National Park both serve as the ranger’s workplace and home, during the period of duty. The cabins are designed in three different sizes as they have the capacity to be inhabited by 1 – 4 employees. Each cabin has its own workshop. In the Vatnajökull National Park (VNP) there will be a total of 10 cabins. The cabins will be placed in the diverse landscape of VNP. The main objectives of the design was to get simple and robust buildings, that would endure the harsh and ever changing weather conditions.
Image Courtesy ARKÍS Arkitektar
- Architects: ARKÍS arkitektar
- Project: Ranger cabin in Blágil
- Location: East Skaftafelssýsla (N 63° 58,018´ og W 18°19,328´)
- Finised: January 2009
- Size: 45 m2
- Status: Ranger Cabins
- Architects: ARKÍS arkitektar, Brigir Teitsson arkitektfaí
- Owner: National Park, Vatnajökull
Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
Article source: Diez + Muller Arquitectos
The opportunity of re-conceptualizing the idea of what the cabin ¨typology¨, is what made this commission very interesting. In a 4 hectares property and an orchard of trees, we had this opportunity.
The clients required two cabins to complement their weekend home, and thus enabling to share their property with their extended family. Simplicity both in the typology as well as the program allowed us to give a more conceptual and less functional approach to develop our ideas.
Image Courtesy © Sebastian Crespo
Sunday, March 25th, 2012
Article source: Visiondivision
Spröjs Cabin is a small 40 m2 summer house with a 20 m2 loft to host a normal family of a couple with two to three kids. Although it is fairly small the house includes a kitchen, a living room, a medium sized bathroom and an extra room plus a sleeping loft. The small size and the simple design of the house make it very easy to fit into almost any Scandinavian environment. The interior is however light and modern and very functional to serve the custom-made needs for any particular client.
- Architects: Visiondivision
- Project: Spröjs Cabin
- Software used: A mix of Rhino, Autocad, Photoshop and some Maya
Friday, January 27th, 2012
Article source: Fantastic Norway
The project is a winter cabin to be built in a highly restricted area in the mountain landscape of Ål (Norway). The property is situated deep into the mountains and can only be reached by skis during winter. One of the client’s initial wishes was actually to go skiing, sledge riding and winter picnicking on top of the cabin.
- Architect: Fantastic Norway
- Name of Project: Mountain hill cabin
- Location: Norway