Archive for the ‘Cabin’ Category
Tuesday, July 17th, 2018
Article source: PUSHAK
The low, elongated shape of the cabin is inspired by traditional mountain farm buildings, but a modern mountain cabin is a place for friends and family to gather. Hence it is planned around several spaces for spending time together, but also with a variety of secluded areas for privacy. The view to the horizon above the surrounding mountains are visible from every room, even from the bathtub. A lounge sofa and a kitchen bench are built into the outer wall of the living room, to maintain an uncluttered space with a gabled ceiling.
Facade east, Image Courtesy © PUSHAK
- Architects: PUSHAK
- Project: Mountain Cabin At Lisetra
- Location: Hafjell, Øyer Municipality, Norway
- Area: 100m2
- Year: Built 2014
Thursday, June 14th, 2018
Article source: VOID architecture
VOID. As an office we have a strong conviction that every project we develop, be it private or public development, should be thought to impact its imediate local context in a greater way.
Image Courtesy © Andrés García Lachner
- Architects: VOID architecture
- Project: EFC Cabin
- Location: Jardín de Dota, San José, Costa Rica
- Photography: Andrés García Lachner
- Design Team: Sergio Frugone, Felipe Rossi, Ricardo Sevilla
- Interior Designer: Diseño Cinco
- Area: 124.0 sqm
- Project Year: 2016
Thursday, June 7th, 2018
Article source: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter AS
Breitenbach Landscape Hotel will have a prominent role linking the hotel activity to the site and local traditions. At the same time, it will gather the best of architecture, design, spa facilities and food culture in the region. It will connect the local character and landscape with new characteristic forms and create a specific architectural expression. The hotel will offer an unusual, comfortable experience in the middle of the French countryside and will answer to the visitors’ desire for quality.
Image Courtesy © TEJO
- Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter AS
- Project: Breitenbach Landscape Hotel
- Location: Breitenbach, France
- Photography: WSBY, Tejo
- Commission Type: Direct Commission (2015)
- Size: 17.000m2
- Total Planning Area: Cabins from 20m2 to 60m2
Monday, May 7th, 2018
Article source: jan tyrpekl
The Shelter is an experimental wooden structure that was built on top of a former concrete bunker near to the borders of the Czech republic and Austria. These small fortresses were built along the Czechoslovakian borders before the WWII. as a protection against the Nazi Germany but they were never used. There are still thousands of these bunkers left in the Czech and Slovakian landscape.
Image Courtesy © Antonín Matějovský
- Architects: jan tyrpekl
- Project: The Cabin
- Location: South Moravia, Czech Republic
- Photography: Antonín Matějovský
- Other Participants Team: Jan Luksík, Jaroslav Kejř, Pavel Štencl, Martina Požárová, Vlaďka Bockschneiderová, Martin Haushalter, Ondřej Vávra, Vladimír Vávra, Pavel Vávra, Matěj Večeřa, Berenika Suchánková, Anna Malá, Karolína Urbánková, Žaneta Krutinová, Jana Vodenková, Jan Veisser, Andrea Pernicová, Vojtěch Šaroun, Jan Stibral
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 12,5
- Completion Year: 2017
Monday, April 2nd, 2018
Article source: v2com
The design brief was for a small cabin with a roof, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom – the necessities for resuming the mountain trek begun the day before.
Image Courtesy © Federico Cairoli
- Architects: Gonzalo Iturriaga Arquitectos
- Project: Mountaineer’s Refuge
- Location: Comuna de San esteban, V región, Chile
- Photography: Federico Cairoli
- Surface Area: 60 M2
- Year: 2015-16
Thursday, March 29th, 2018
Article source: Rever & Drage Architects
This is first and foremost a robust heavy duty cabin with high quality traditional craftmanship and local timber being used throughout. It uses a traditional layout with a connecting row of different buildings styles and with materials and techniques corresponding with the different indoor functions, the weather conditions they must handle as well as their representative status. The choice of durable materials and a construction to fit the terrain, will give the cabin a long life, even in the harsh weather conditions of this high mountain valley. The cabin is practically designed for an active outdoor family with a lot of equipment and the need for a comfortable place to change before and after hiking and skiing trips and not the least to provide a drying area for wet clothes. The building is further tailor-made to transport wet hikers from the glassed-in garage via a laundry area, bathroom and kitchen to a soft sofa by the fireplace with a wide panorama window.
Image Courtesy © Tom Auger
- Architects: Rever & Drage Architects
- Project: Cabin at Troll’s Peak
- Location: Trolltind, Sunndal, Norway
- Photography: Tom Auger
- Design team: Tom Auger, Martin Beverfjord, Eirik Lilledrange
- Area: 140 sqm
- Complete: 2017
Monday, March 12th, 2018
Article source: I-KANDA ARCHITECTS
For the owner of Q-Drinks, a company specializing in making superior cocktail sodas out of only authentic ingredients, it was imperative that the design for a weekend retreat nestled in the mountains of New Hampshire, be equally authentic.
Image Courtesy © I-KANDA ARCHITECTS
- Architects: I-KANDA ARCHITECTS
- Project: Cabin on a Rock
- Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
- Project Design Team: Isamu Kanda, Chris Sledziona, Steven Hien, Sangsuri Chun
Thursday, March 8th, 2018
Article source: Aslak Haanshuus Arkitekter AS
The cabin is located in Sjusjøen, one of Norway’s most popular areas for cross-country skiing. The plot is sloping towards the west overlooking the Gudbrandsdalen valley.
In the area, it’s a rapid and concentrated development of cabins and you have strong winds coming from the north. This makes it important to try to provide shelter from the wind and to establish private spaces close to the building.
Image Courtesy © Aslak Haanshuus Arkitekter AS
- Architects: Aslak Haanshuus Arkitekter AS
- Project: Cabin Sjusjøen
- Location: Sjusjøen, Norway
- Contractor: Sjusjøen Byggeservice AS
- Area: 133 m2
- Project year: 2017
Sunday, February 18th, 2018
Article source: Lorena Troncoso
The project is located in the south central Chile, a mountainous locality recognized for tourism in extreme high mountain sports such as the Termas de Chillán skys center.
The area presents a lush vegetation of native trees with sight to the Andes mountain range, in the middle there is a small ravine with a depth of 15 meters on which the project is located.
Image Courtesy © Cristóbal Caro
- Architects: Lorena Troncoso
- Project: Cabin ED
- Location: Las Trancas, Pinto, Chile.
- Photography: Cristóbal Caro
- Main conctractor: Constructora Bocaz
- Gross area: 105 m2
- Completed: 2016
Tuesday, October 31st, 2017
Article source: LUND HAGEM ARCHITECTS
Our design process was inspired by the client’s desire to have “a summer cabin in a winter landscape”.
The site is located at one of the highest buildable plots within the Kvitfjell Ski Resort. It has uninterrupted views towards southeast, where the topography drops dramatically. The vegetation consists of birch and pine trees, located along the road and towards southeast. The central part of the plot, which had been previously cleared of vegetation, was also its flattest part. The existing trees created a sort of a filter towards the road and towards the winter resort, further down the mountain.
Image Courtesy © Marc Goodwin
- Architects: LUND HAGEM ARCHITECTS
- Project: Cabin Kvitfjell
- Location: Kvitfjell – Ringebu, Norway
- Photography: Sam Hughes, Marc Goodwin
- Size: Gross areas: main cabin, approx. 120 m² + annex, approx. 30 m² + carport