Log House JVA

2015-12-17 02:00
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Nils Petter Dale
架构师提供的文本描述。这座位于奥普达尔山区的家庭住宅坐落在斜坡地带的上部,向南提供了很好的景观。在地块的下部放置了一个附件,在两者之间形成了一个庭院。这两座建筑都是木结构,放在混凝土的高架墙上。为了处理周围地形的高度差异,该地基墙被高架起来。甲板和屋顶结构是由巨大的木材制成的。
Text description provided by the architects. This family house in the mountain area of Oppdal is placed on the upper part of a sloped site, offering great views towards the south. An annex is placed on the lower part of the plot with a courtyard formed between the two. Both buildings are timber log structures placed on an elevated base wall of concrete. This foundation wall is elevated in order to handle the height differences in the surrounding terrain. Decks and roof structures are made of massive wood.
 © Nils Petter Dale
Nils Petter Dale
这些建筑将传统的白话原木技术与现代建筑表现形式结合起来。通过使用安装在圆木结构结之间的大玻璃表面来说明这一点。开放的玻璃框架部件与原木结构之间的相互作用产生了不同的空间。大片玻璃与相对湿度的木材结构之间的静态差异,在技术细节方面一直是一个挑战,导致了柔性的窗饰和可调的钢柱。
The buildings combine traditional vernacular log techniques with a modern architectonic expression. This comes to show by using large glass surfaces mounted between the knots of the log structure. Interplay between open glass-framed parts and the log structure arises – creating varied spaces. The static differences between large sheets of glass, and the moisture relative timber construction, has been a challenge regarding technical detailing, resulting in flexible window fixings and adjustable steel columns.
 
附件的寒冷部分是用另一种传统技术建造的。木材材料的残留物被用作灰浆中的“砖块”,这是可能的,因为现场气候干燥。这两所房屋的主要形状都清楚地借鉴了传统建筑风格的形式语言,无论是在倾斜地形中增加体积长度副的原则,还是在屋顶的角度上。
The cold part of the annex is built in another traditional technique. Remains of the timber material is used as ”bricks” set in mortar, which is possible because of the dry climate at the site. The main shape of the two houses has a clear reference to the formal language of the traditional building style, both in terms of the principal of adding volumes length vice in the sloping terrain, and the angle of the roof.
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Nils Petter Dale
从摇篮到摇篮的角度来看,原木建设是非常有利的:木材施工在生产阶段能耗很低,使用过程中是一种巨大的CO2储存,使用后很容易被重复使用、回收或用作热源。因此,在包括挪威在内的许多国家,日志结构在能源编码中都有豁免。
Log construction is very favorable in a cradle-to-cradle perspective: Log construction has very low energy consumption in the production phase, it is a large CO2 storage during use, and can very easily be reused, recycled or be used as a heating source after use. For this reason, log structure has exemptions in energy codes in many countries, including Norway.
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由于快速组装和当地“短途”材料和建筑商,木屋是用原木建造的,这是可持续的。室内气候良好,是由于自然通风和低排放的木质表面处理。供暖是以热能、热泵和木材燃烧炉为基础的。
The Log house is constructed of logs which is sustainable due to quick assembly and local “short travelled” materials and builders. The in-door climate is good due to natural ventilation and low emitting treatment of wooden surfaces. Heating is based upon thermal energy, heat pump and wood burning stoves.
 
JVA认为有必要以现代的方式探索传统的木材建筑技术和可能性。
JVA thinks it is necessary to explore the traditional technique and possibilities of log building in a contemporary way.
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Architects JVA
Location Oppdal, Norway
Category Houses
Primary architects Einar Jarmund, Håkon Vigsnæs, Alessandra Kosberg, Nikolaj Zamecznik, Claes Cho Heske Ekornaas
Area 302.0 sqm
Project Year 2012
Photographs Nils Petter Dale

                    

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