HORTEN SJØSIDEN

 

Status:

Possibility study, 2014

 Client:

Citycon, Storebrand

Project group:

Ghilardi+Hellsten Arkitekter

Sognehytta is a concept that wishes to highlight beautiful nature in relation to knowledge about the Norwegian landscape. A catalog of cabins will be located in specific points in the Sogn og Fjordane region, each one being both different and similar to the others. The cabins are simple and economic, yet spectacular and they have the ability to adapt the natural condition of every point of placement, while keeping the recognizable design.

Details

 

Location: 

Horten, Norway

Plan/size:

7.100 m2

Typology:

Masterplan, Shopping,

Residential

Illustrations:

Ghilardi+Hellsten, Tegmark

While from the exterior the cabin is conceived as an iconic object, in the interior acts as a panopticon. 3 large windows opens the cabin in different directions and together with the interior exhibition walls, create a sequence of views and images that makes the interior a destination of its own.

The cabin is a "primitive" structure, in terms of construction and building technique. All elements are cross laminated wood (CLT) being CNC cut and mounted at the workshop. The elements are then clad with a breathing

While from the exterior the cabin is conceived as an iconic object, in the interior acts as a panopticon. 3 large windows opens the cabin in different directions and together with the interior exhibition walls, create a sequence of views and images that makes the interior a destination of its own.

The cabin is a "primitive" structure, in terms of construction and building technique. All elements are cross laminated wood (CLT) being CNC cut and mounted at the workshop. The elements are then clad with a breathing

While from the exterior the cabin is conceived as an iconic object, in the interior acts as a panopticon. 3 large windows opens the cabin in different directions and together with the interior exhibition walls, create a sequence of views and images that makes the interior a destination of its own.

The cabin is a "primitive" structure, in terms of construction and building technique. All elements are cross laminated wood (CLT) being CNC cut and mounted at the workshop. The elements are then clad with a breathing

 

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