Monday, 20 December 2010

House K Project by Tham & Widegärd Hansson Arkitekter

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This K House project by Tham & Widegärd Hansson Arkitekter that is build in Stocksund, Stockholm is a thin block with some cut-outs for light, This house have a double-height and a roof terrace area.

The light entering the house from several directions thru the shallow block that provides spaces. This is enhanced by the two double-heights that also guide views diagonally through the interior. The plan is simple: entrance and stairs fits into one box on ground level, a central passage on the upper floor gives access to bedrooms. The interior is one continuous space in two levels.

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Using insitu concrete for the main structure,the interior is finished with white plaster, all floors and wooden details are white ash. Facades are stained black plywood panels, mounted in layers on the slowly grown pine framework.

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