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House Set – Durable construction with rustic
Modern and eco-friendly - Setting this idea residence embodies the idea of sustainable construction. Look at the house and all the rustic details of origin!
Setting city - Passive houses are buildings of the future
Steigereiland 2.0 is the second project Steigereiland, a district of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the design of the laboratory FARO designed Arquitecten. The house is characterized by elements rather rustic - wooden walls, wooden beams, tree trunks used as decoration. The creator gives us idea on how to set up a terraced house so it looks fashionable, original and respectful of nature. Every detail gives the room a bit 'of character and individuality. The design is based on the idea that used materials can be used for the manufacture of other products. Matter and energy are the most important aspects of building design and design. Given a better future sustainable building should always be considered again.
Setting city - focus is on wood
Because of the principles of passive houses, great value is attached to the residence and build up the insulation and there are organic insulating materials and pulp used. The triple-glazed windows, doors are also insulated. Because of its beauty and comfort, wood is considered the best material from the main building. According to the ancient Japanese tradition is slowly carbonized wood facade. A huge tree trunk "door" on the second floor. The designers add natural elements such as branches or stones inside, which correspond to results quite nice. Here you can see the wood material in its different variants and shadow - pulp, boards, branches, treats, natural or carbonized. The element of surprise is only further enhance the effect and impact of the building.
Interior is modern and functional facilities
wood elements dominate - beautiful and useful
Open spaces give a feeling of freedom
Pulp, panels and Branches - Wood is everywhere
A passive house impresses modern, furnished with style and comfort
Contrasts are used throughout
The design is heavily influenced by Japanese tradition
The emphasis is on good insulation