Architects: Forma Structure
Space: 65 m²
12 months: 2019
Images: Francisco Galeazzi
Producers: Bariloche Glass, El rincon del techado, Madeco, Palm
Andina Patagónica #4 is the primary of a twin cabin mission within the outskirts of El Bolson, Rio Negro, Argentina.
It’s a 65 sq. meter cabin which opens as much as the Cerro Piltriquitron. The home steps right down to adapt its kind to the slope of the terrain; this fashion the shape opens as much as the panoramic view.
The shape additionally stretches so as to create the awning within the entranceway. All of the areas are linked producing a singular inside open house. The home was partially prefabricated in Bariloche.
The mission is modulated in a 2 ft x 2 ft (61cmx61cm) grid so as to keep away from any waste of supplies and likewise accomplish an environment friendly and fast building.
With a purpose to present the modularity and create that cozy, heat feeling of a cabin, the inside is roofed with full sheets of pine plywood for the perimeters and 4 x 4ft pine plywood for the ceiling exhibiting a 4×4 grid on the ceiling.
A considerable overhang to the North protects the home windows from the solar and each room has cross air flow as a passive cooling mechanism. Additionally, half of the footprint sits on the bottom with a slab on grade, reaching thermal mass for cooling in the summertime and maintaining the home heat within the winter.
Polished concrete was used for the slab-on-grade portion and wood flooring for the remainder of the home. In step with the sustainable aspirations of the mission, the insulation used is cellulose, which is recycled paper and has a really excessive insulation worth.
The Northern and Southern partitions are cladded with charcoaled wooden, utilizing the Shou Sugi Ban Japanese method to guard the wooden from weathering. The roof and the Japanese and Western partitions are black corrugated steel.