Project: Home in the Woods
Space: Hampshire, England
Build: 2,583 sq feet
Photos by: Jack Hobhouse
Home in the Woods by Alma-nac
Home in the Woods is a up-to-the-minute project by Alma-nac designed to change an reward bungalow in an dwelling blessed with pure beauty in the South Downs Nationwide Park in Hampshire, England. The house is integrated with the panorama through edifying dwelling windows, dispute entry to the garden from the living spaces and a rather broad terrace at flooring level.
The predominant social areas would be found on the south side where the lounge is originate in an inaugurate belief with flooring-to-ceiling glazing on the west wall. An unlimited fireplace divides it from the kitchen and dining room.
The north side is where the bedrooms are and as a consequence of the asymmetrical structure of the roof, it incorporates the master bedroom.
From the architects: “Drawing reference from the fashioned Russian Dacha, this fully prefabricated trees house is nestled tightly between the trees in the woods of Hampshire.
Made out of SIPS panel technology, the fully insulated, water tight physique of the building became once erected in appropriate ten days, ensuring a reduced form time without compromise on form quality or thermal efficiency.
The building is carefully positioned to originate a relationship with the reward primitive trees on the positioning; naturally controlling privacy, incoming light phases and offering framed views of particular trees as one circulates the dwelling.
A earlier-fashioned web of the dwelling faces the more public entrance to the positioning, with the web disseminating into the deepest panorama.”