Friday, February 27, 2009

Small house by Kazuyo Sejima

Located in one of Tokyo’s most attractive areas, this small house is situated on an extremely small lot. Designed by Japanese architect, Kazuyo Sejima, this house is a family home, divided into 4 specific spaces

and distributed on 4 floor slabs.
By joining the differently sized and shifted slabs with walls and windows, the architect created a truly unique architectural form for this house.
An open staircase is the main element connecting the spaces while softly sub-dividing them even further. Since the house is very small, each space was defined exactly for the family needs; bedroom, extra space for the child, living/kitchen/dining area and terrace with bath.

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Cool flat-pack house

Made from sustainable Baltic-birch and pre-finished with phenolic resin on both sides. Structure assembles without fasteners. Four-point contact to slab, footings/pads,

simple router-cut manufacturing; localized production and easy shipping/assembly. Insulated/waterproofed with plastic canvas or other skin.So now that you’ve seen the possibilities of flat-pack design, why not build outsdie the box with a cool flat-pack house? Talk about a great conversation piece! Alternatively, for something more within reach, how about a creative flat-pack book shelf where you flip the supports open and the shelves fall into place? Another possibility for anyone with a saw and a piece of plywood: build your own!

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Small house design sculp(IT)

This amazing architectural design by architects Pieter Peerlings & Silvia Mertens from sculp(IT). This small house is only 7′10″ wide; nevertheless, it offers a compact, affordable and comfortable place in the city of Antwerp, Belgium.

This small house steel structure was placed between the existing walls in barely three weeks. Four Wooden floors, placed into the steel structure, divide the house into 3 floors: work space downstairs, dining on the 1st floor, relaxing on the 2nd, sleeping on the 3rd, and a roof with great views. The front and back of the house is made of glass and totally transparent to the street.

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Sunday, February 1, 2009

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