Breyting á hlöðu
Staðsetning: Bilka, Tékkland
Stærðir: nettóflötur 145 m2
Byggingarkostnaður: 19.8000.000 kr
Verktími: 2007 - 2012
This barn in the Bohemian Uplands will become the home for a family of five. Despite the ruinous condition of the building the clients want to pursue an approach that incorporates the 120 year old structure and preserves some of the places’ character.
The proposed design stays clear of the existing stone walls and inserts an additional structure inside, using the barn in its primal function: as a shelter against wind and weather.
The new addition, reduced to air-tight shell and insulation acts as a warm ‘undercoat’ with a light timber construction that is soft and comforting.
Variable openings and glazed areas connect the living spaces with the area in between the old and new building. The stair case protrudes from the inner house and engages the inhabitants into a conversation with the surrounding barn.
During the summer, when the inner building can open itself up, the distinction between inside and outside blurs and the beautiful surrounding nature can draw the inhabitants out.
House with Surplus Energy and E-Mobility
Hönnunarteymi: Universität Kassel, FG Umweltbewusstes Planen und Experimentelles Bauen (Prof. C. Anderhalten, Dipl.-Ing. F. Nosek), FG Bauphysik (Prof. Dr.-Ing. A. Maas, Dipl.-Ing. S. Schlitzberger), FG TGA mit Anderhalten Architekten, Domann Beratende Ingenieure
This competition by the German Ministry of Transport aims to realise an
experimental building which explores new concepts for integrating
electric vehicles with family living as well as providing all of the
energy needed to sustain the house and the vehicles (two cars, one
Today, the majority of residential buildings that comply with the Passivhaus standard are being built by pre-fab manufacturers. However, the proposal clearly shows that these buildings can be open, inviting and offer modern design. The proposal separates an open ground floor that combines all communal functions from the more secluded and sheltered bedrooms on the upper level. The stark separation offers varying degrees of privacy and a spacious gallery communicates between these areas.
Pre-fab Building Solution for Ghana, Africa
Samkeppni: Open Source House Design, 2010
Low-cost pre-fab housing suitable for the emerging middle class in Ghana.
OpenShade is a complete building solution made up of standard components such as floor, roof and wall modules. They are manufactured in a workshop to generate consistent quality, efficiency and precision but do not require any specialised or high-tech machinery. This is a flat pack kit of parts that can be easily transported and erected on site.
OpenShade provides airy and friendly spaces. It features large external shading that protects from direct sunlight and makes larger glazed areas viable, opening the spaces to their surroundings.
A clear internal height of 2.5m combines with a distinctive roof structure to form free spaces of up to 5m x 5m.
OpenShade buildings can grow with their inhabitants. It is a modular system, based on a square grid, that can expand equally in all directions with unit sizes as small as 5.6m2. While load-bearing components (columns, external shades, roof) must adhere to the designed shape and precision, all other components (building skin,windows,doors etc.) are less critical. In addition to using components provided by OpenShade, users can also adapt other materials, existing windows etc. to fit the system. This ‘tuning’ gives each building an individual look and feel and makes OpenShade a very flexible and affordable building solution.
Breytingar og viðbygging á einbylishúsi
Staðsetning: Wehrden, D
Stærðir: nettóflötur 120 m2
Breytingar og viðbygging á einbylishúsi
Stærðir: nettóflötur 197 m2, brúttóflötur: 230 m2, brúttórúmmál: 610 m3
Staðsetning: Elgesetergate, Þrándheim
Stærðir: nettóflötur: 2055 m2
Europan 7 focuses on “Sustainable city and new public spaces” the site in Trondheim is located on the corner Elgestergate/Abelsgate. This district will experience a fundamental transformation during the next years. It will change from a anonymous mono-structure into a dynamic, interactive, modern and creative area for education, research, technology, enterprises, culture and living. The area can be seen as a new type of campus where city-function mix actively with university. The interaction between all players is the key issue in the development.
Our site works as connecting element between existing housing block pattern and the future infill. The site has an important impact on the urban design scheme;
ß its alongside the Abelsgate which is the main connection from the upper plateau to the new campus and finally to the river Nidelva
ß its facing Elgsetergate, a main road leading into the city centre and cutting through the development area
The task is to design a multi-functional public space crossing the Elgsetergate. A place where students live, researchers and residents meet. The central location and the building concept will force an intensive contact between the inhabitants, neighbours and all the people around. To create a new type of student housing which includes public functions will activate the urban life and stimulate various needs of different social groups.
Our proposal realizes this scheme of interaction between public and private. Furthermore it maximizes the benefit for each group. To create a system which includes a wide range of civic functions as well as educational premises will strengthen this cross connection and shows its meaning for the whole surrounding!
Stærðir: nettóflötur 198 m2 , brúttóflötur: 215 m2 , brúttórúmmál: 645 m3
HAGALAND - hús í haga, garður í húsi
Samkeppni um íbúðagerðir
Staðsetning: Hagaland á Selfossi
Verkkaupi: Ræktunarsamband Flóa & Skeiða ehf, Selfoss
Stærðir: nettóflötur: type A 170 m2 , type B 150 m2, type C 210 m2, type D 80-120 m2, type E 70-110 m2
Góð nýting á landsvæði og tilhneiging til aukins þéttbýlis kallar á nýja skilgreiningu garða og útirýma. Samspil garðs og húss eru höfð í hávegum í tillögunni “Hús í haga, garður í húsi”. Í henni er sýnt fram á fjölbreytta útfærslu á bæði íbúðum og görðum.
Garðurinn er hluti af húsinu og í sumum tilfellum er hann beinlínis inni í húsunum.
Við hönnun er tekið tillit til íslensks veðurfars, vind- og sólarátta. Hver íbúðagerð, fyrir utan raðhúsið, hefur yfir að búa girðingu samsetta úr rennihurðum. Tilgangurinn er að geta skapað rými eftir þörfum. Hægt er að loka garðinn af að hluta til eða í heild. Girðingin (rennihurðirnar) gegnir þá hlutverki vind- eða sólskyggnis, þess utan að veita skjól fyrir forvitnum vegfarendum.