26 May 2016

Architecture of the Recycled, Reclaimed and Local, Hut on Stilts

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Japanese Architect Nozomi Nakabayashi, grew up in Tokyo, Japan where she was inspired by the way people interacted with architecture.  The Hut on Stilts was a group collaboration with a design and build team consisting of her, Mark Torrens, Elizabeth Cunningham, Marco Bencivenga, Jack Hawker, James Stubbs, Federico Forestiero, Manvir Hansra, with photos by Henrietta Williams.  The small timber construction was completed in February 2015.  The hut is meant to be, a quiet retreat from the city for the client, who is a writer.  The elevated construction is to be a place for relaxation and inspiration.  Below are the materials used:

The building materials include, cork as insulation and exposed wall cladding, locally sourced Western Red Cedar cladding, Douglas fir primary structure and reclaimed glazing and telegraph poles as the base structure. Interior is finished with birch plywood floor and wall, lime rendered walls and hessian fabric ceiling.

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