Watershack 7 Replacing an Old Shack with a Contemporary Weekend Retreat: Watershack

Having a place of lodging for a destination to go on the weekends can be a blessing and interesting. In this case, a client who has a budget of $ 160,000 intended to spruce up their old holiday home, but the architects of Studio Twenty-Seven Architecture is proposed to build a brand new contemporary residence for the same price increase old shack.

The challenge to create beautiful modern house for the family retreat to produce a dream home built by using minimal ingredients and maximum architectural creativity: “kit-of-section set employed to build the volume of two-story prefabricated structural insulated panels.” take a new weekend two-story advantage of the beautiful river scenery in the success of efforts to offer the best place for families to relax surrounded by nature.

 

Its placement and orientation allows the residence to connect to the landscape: “House of visual land bridge and the river but it is conceptually disconnected from the site, floating a few feet above grade on the stack, implying the notion of mass production and riverside sites. ” At the end of the last image shown to you how Watershack before the fox, you will be amazed by the results made

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Courtesy by Studio Twenty Seven Architecture

 

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