A total of 100 sqm of the wall of the wall is a covered outdoor area.
This remarkable brick house in western Norway is a type of accommodation that many can dream about, especially when it rains and blows.
A total of 100 square meters of the wall building’s ground floor is a covered outdoor area.
Good architecture for active people
Here is the idea that you should be able to be out even if the weather is not top. This is useful, especially for families with children who have many outdoor activities all year long.
The same attitude to life outdoors that one builds also in terms of life that lives outside, you can also look at this super-compact ski hut and the new design mini-homes that have been on the market.
The second floor is twisted a few degrees
– The accommodation we have drawn is lifted up to provide a large patio for play, cars and collections. At the same time, the second floor is twisted slightly in relation to the first level and the building is laid to the ground so that the owners get direct access to the forest from the second floor, says architect MNAL Sixten Rahlff in 3RW in Bergen to bonytt. no
The way the second floor is twisted gives the house in addition to a sleek, dynamic shape and a large, triangular roof terrace with panoramic views.
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This original twisted volume also helps create a convenient driveway for cars and bikes – right up to and under the house.
Inside you will find both a carport and a direct entrance to the entrance hall with stairs up to the second floor.
Airy zones and area efficiency
These special architectural grips outdoors are a fruit of, among other things, an area-efficient organization of the entire residential area of 250 square meters.
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One bedroom is located on the ground floor next to the entrance hall, while the second floor is divided into a number of airy zones; kitchen, living room and two bedrooms and bathroom.
The mountain wall behind the house and the tall trees have been carefully taken care of during the construction process.
This creates a back wall that gives the home excellent contact with nature around.
A Completed Material Mix
The house is built of steel columns and Leca, which is refurbished with a rusty, reinforced wall cushion. This material mix houses a clean and simple visual impression.
All exterior walls are refurbished inside.
The roof is made of Leca elements with insulation and tiling. The roof has fallen backwards and there are laid gutters.
The covered areas are covered with white, white tiles. These further enhance the impression of one this is a quality house. The price during the construction period 2008-2010 was 3.5 million kroner.
A house that lasts
– The villa with the simple architecture is characterized by durable materials, says Ole H. Krokstrand in the industry organization without borders.
Isoblocks are suitable for today’s brick houses because when the wall is up the wall is finished and with thermal insulation and other measures in the building, the requirements for passive house standards can be met.
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– Murhus stands out with good resistance to fire and rioting. If the house is properly designed and the craft is properly done, the façades will be able to stand without maintenance for 20-30 years. However, this assumes that the house is painted with a mineral paint, says Senior Engineer Noralf Bakken in SINTEF.
On two lines, architect professor Einar Dahle summarizes the AHO qualities of this ancient building material:
– With walls, rooms and walls are formed of the same material. Mur keeps warm and breathes for a good indoor climate. Earth, fire water and air unite in the wall, sustainability for the next thousand years.
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