Archive for the ‘Hut’ Category
Friday, February 20th, 2015
Article source: OPA FORM architects
Hovering above the city, hidden behind trees in the forest of Bergen’s most famous mountain; through a tuba-tunnel, you can enter a wooden bubble. One night, just for you and your kids.
The project is the result of a design-build workshop at Bergen School of Architecture lead by Espen Folgerø at OPA FORM architects.
Image Courtesy © Espen Folgerø
- Architects: OPA FORM architects
- Project: Tubakuba mountain hut
- Location: Bergen, Norway
- Photography: Espen Folgerø, Helge Skodvin, Marina Magreøy, Stine Elise Kristoffersen, Gunnar Sørås
- PROJECT TEAM:
- Students: Gunnar Sørås, Bent Brørs, Ida Helen Skogstad, Adrian Højfeldt, Eivind Lechbrandt, Alice Guan, Luise Storch, Eline Moe Eidvin, Shepol Barzan, Øyvind Kristiansen, Stein Atle Juvik, Eva Bull, Kristian Bøysen and Sondre Bakken.
- Professors: Espen Folgerø, Håvard Austvoll, Sigurdur Gunnarsson and Hans Christian Elstad
Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
Article source: Martin Rajniš, Kamila Amblerová
The walls are built in the lumber stack method (beam – sticker – beam). Nothing is nailed together! The beams are laid freely across each other. Nothing is sawed! The sawmill supplies four- and five-meter beams, whatever is excess can simply stick out at the corners. Stickers are made from three layers of laths – in place of the middle layer, we place at the corner a transverse beam. And look – it’s standing all by itself! Floor, ceiling, roof framework are formed from beams in a coffering system of transverse beams with their side-runners tied in place with twisted bailing wire. The roof covering is of plywood “dry-mounted” with laths and bailing wire. The building stands on stakes of tree-trunks positioned on oak slabs. Brace the building with steel wire and anchor it with eight pipes hammered into the ground. And we have our woodshed.
Image Courtesy © Radka Ciglerova
- Architects: Martin Rajniš, Kamila Amblerová
- Project: Barn in Maxov
- Location: Maxov
- Photography: Radka Ciglerova
- Year: 2004
- Built-up area: 80m2
- Useful area: 140m2
- Builder space: 420m3
Friday, November 14th, 2014
Article source: UMA
Our shelter was designed to be interactive with its visitors in a playful way, with a front facade shingled with bum sliders and a backside that consists of a big pile of snow.
Image Courtesy © UMA
- Architects: UMA
- Project: Bum Shack
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Keyshot and Photoshop
Friday, October 17th, 2014
Article source: ATELIER 8000
ATELIER 8000 participated in the international architectural competition for a new Kežmarská chata (the Kežmarská Hut) in the High Tatras.
The competition entry developed by our studio proposes a succinct shape of a simple cube which is seated on one of its vertices and aims at inducing a feeling of lightness and randomness in the observer. Due to its position within the landscape the cuboid evokes an erratic block left behind by the retreating glacier. In the context of mountain peaks the sharp edges of the building merge into the outline of the neighbouring rocks when viewed from distance and thus naturally join the landscape of the site.
Image Courtesy © Jan Cyrany
- Architects: ATELIER 8000
- Project: The Kežmarská Hut
- Location: Mountains High Tatras, Slovakia
- Photography: Jan Cyrany
- Year: 2014
Saturday, February 1st, 2014
Article source: Jeffery S. Poss, Architect
The hut is located in back corner of a residential garden, nestled in a mature landscape. For the designer-owner-builder, the experience of its creation was a retreat both from work and into work – the hands-on construction process in itself was cathartic.
Image Courtesy © Jeffery S. Poss, Architect
Sunday, July 28th, 2013
Article source: Tato Architects
I made a public toilet at ShodoshimaIslandas a part of the project of Setouchi Art Festivalin which I came to participate from this time. The site is in the area called “Hishio-no-sato (Native place of sauce)” where pre-modern architecture of soy sauce making warehouse remains collectively most in Japan. These warehouses are authorized as registered tangible cultural property, where soy sauce has been made still in the old-fashioned formula.Framing of a traditional cabin and large cedar barrels on the floor are the characteristic scene.
Image Courtesy © Ken’ichi Suzuki
- Architects: Tato Architects
- Project: Hut with the Arc Wall
- Location: Shodoshima Islandas, Japan
- Photography: Ken’ichi Suzuki
Thursday, March 22nd, 2012
Article source: Mjölk Architects
Our winning entry to an international arts & architecture competition in Winnipeg, MB, Canada. Warming Huts v.2012 was an open competition, endorsed by the Manitoba Association of Architects.
Image Courtesy Polar Hen
- Architects: Mjölk Architects
- Project: Warming Huts v.2012
- Location: Winnipeg, MB, Canada
- Software used: AutoCAD and Rhinoceros
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
Article source: e-MRAK
I work in the studio of Martin Rajniš for more than a year. Did my opponent’s thesis at the Academy of Fine Arts. Personally, I did not know the professor. Martin, as he introduced himself at the very beginning is a very straight man. They all relate to him and offered me if I do not want himto do some time. May said the next morning I come to see him in office. What I had to say?Scheduled holidays did not take place.
Image Courtesy Andrea Lhotakova
- Architects: e-MRAK – Martin Rajniš, David Kubik
- Project: Barn Krnany
- Location:Krňany, Česká republika
- Realization: 07/2006
- Usable floor area: 70 m2
- Builder area: 80 m2
- Builder space: 360 m3
- Cost: 250 000 CZK (13 800 US)
Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
The arbor is designed to accommodate a family of 15 persons.
The arbor’ floor has 3 distinct zones which the architects call “kitchen-furnace”, “dining room-drawing room” and “terrace-scene”.
Image Courtesy Ilya Ivanov
- Architects: Kerimov + Prishin Architects
- Project: The Arbor
- Location: Moscow, Russia
- Project team: Shamsudin Kerimov, Pavel Prishin
- Project area: 36 m2
- Project year: 2011
- Photographs: Ilya Ivanov
- Software used: 3dS Max and AutoCAD
Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011
Article source: Piero Ceratti
This alpine hut can be installed in very extreme site, it minimize the point of contact with the rocky ground. The main structure consists of 4 wooden arcs anchored to the rock with 8 steel base plates, secondary structure is realized with 4 couple of l wooden beam fixed to the 4 arcs. The interior shell is assembled with preformed wooden insulated panels of 20 cm thickness, all the exterior surfaces are covered with red metal seam standing.
Eagle Nest Hut Proposal
- Architect: Piero Ceratti
- Project: Eagle Nest Hut Proposal
- Software used: All the design of the project was developed with Sketchup free version, all the renders are genereted with SKUP, for the sheets, used a little bit of Photoshop.