Architect Nicolai Riise’s villa in Bærum is dressed in specially designed bricks.
The builder designed and set up this spectacular brick and concrete house in modern architecture of 230 square meters on a so-called, uninhabitable, steep plot of 50 meters long and 14 meters wide.
An earlier attempt to customize a ferry to this slope on Jar proved difficult, so it was in the cards that it had to be tailored to.
This means that Villa Riise comes in the company of this multi-level mansion that signed Morfeus architects and Wallpaper favorite White House designed by Jarmund&Vigsnæs architects.
The idea behind this brick building is, among other things, that the plant should slide maximum into the terrain with a long-range clean-line body that ends in the direction of the main road with rause terraces in the plan with the living room.
Here is also a swimming pool fed seamlessly into the ground.
Bricks are a unique building material
The architect, who is also a builder, would make this house in bricks because brick is a very durable, almost maintenance-free, fire retardant and a beautiful building material with centuries-old traditions, he says to Bonytt. no.
Especially pricey is not brick either, says Nicolai Riise.
The stone he chose for this private project was far from random. Here is a hand-knotted Dutch-style Tegampaert Classic supplied by BMC AS.
– With alternating roughness and shattering in terracotta, this stone gives the facade a vibrant and varied light play, “says Nicolai Riise to Bonytt. no
This dim brown brown to almost gray brick also has the characteristic that it attracts little moisture. It can therefore be laid all the way down to the ground, leaving a pedestal and plate fitting completely at the bottom of the house.
For aesthetic reasons, architect Riise also laid a river river rush right down the hill on the family villa.
Built-in cabin with glass in height
Living rooms on the sunny side
The way the builder disposed and designed the rooms inside the house was also thoroughly thought out.
Riise shared the dwelling alongside the most important living rooms, living room and kitchen in a continuous zone close to the sky-high facade windows in the sunniest part of the house.
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On the opposite side, towards the steep hill, entrance to the house and staircase is down to the lower floor.
Below is a large bathroom dressed with large, bright limestone tiles on the walls.
The entire 12-foot tall, sky-high glass facade that opens the living room to the southwest is effectively shielded by solid, very wide blinds.
They are carefully built into the façade of the house and can be angled and steered individually and individually with a remote control.
The blinds can also go all the way down to the ground. Then they also cover all the high windows in the lower floor of the house.
– This is a good example of how heavy materials in the wall and floor receive solar energy from the big windows, says Ole Krokstrand in the construction site building cleaner.com
Together with energy well and heat pump, this good energy economy creates the house, “he concluded.
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