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MAATworks references Scandinavian architecture with wooden townhouse in Amsterdam

由专筑网朱王倩,韩平编译

MAATworks设计的阿姆斯特丹住宅的核心是交叉叠层松板形成的有角度的楼梯间,此外建筑也以亮红色的立面为特色。
   
当地工作室MAATworks设计五层的房子处在荷兰IJburg 社区的窄缝中。

Panels of cross-laminated pine form an angular staircase at the heart of this Amsterdam townhouse by MAATworks, which features a bright red facade.
Local studio MAATworks designed the five-storey house to slot into a thin plot in the IJburg district of the Dutch city.
     
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客户要求建筑师参考斯堪的纳维亚典型木制建筑。他们建造了松树面板住宅,并名为Houten Herenhuis,意思是木屋。
     
室内以裸露的松木墙和天花板,以及厚厚的弯曲楼梯栏杆为特色。所有的松树饰面都是为了形成木材雕刻的室内外观。

The architects were asked by their clients to reference the wooden residences typically found in Scandinavia. They constructed the residence from panels of engineered pine wood and named it Houten Herenhuis, which means wooden house.
The interior features exposed pine wood walls and ceilings, as well as a thick stair banister that dog-legs up through the floors. The all-pine finishes are intended to lend the interior the appearance of having been carved from wood.
      
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房子立面由红色的窄木条形成。这个选择是参考FALU红色外表层——北欧建筑通常会使用鲜红色木材染色剂和防腐剂。

The facade of the house is made up of thin strips of wood, which are painted bright red. The choice is a reference to Falu red cladding – a vibrant red wood stain and preservative typically used on Scandinavian buildings.
   
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“我们的客户喜欢传统的斯堪的那维亚房子”,Matteo Perna说道。“设计主要使用木材,这种材料在新西兰不经常使用,但可以营造斯堪的那维亚氛围”。
   
“而且,我们在立面上以现代的方式使用斯堪的那维亚的红色,使其适合年轻的 IJburg街区街道立面”,他继续说道。

"Our clients loved the traditional Scandinavian houses," architect Matteo Perna said. "Primarily in this design the use of timber, a material that is not commonly used in the Netherlands, brings the Scandinavian atmosphere."
"Besides, we used Scandinavian red for the facade, but in a modern way so that it fits in with the street in the young IJburg district," he continued.
   
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建筑师使用了三种设计木材建造——一种相对于混凝土和钢材更持久的选择,它正日益流行。

胶合木,称为集成材,和交叉层压木材(CLT)用于主体结构。

胶合木由许多片木头分层压制而成,而CLT生产简单但涉及每层安置的正确角度问题。两者都比常规木材更坚固。

The architects employed three types of engineered wood to build the house – a more sustainable alternative to concrete and steel that is becoming increasingly popular.
Glue-laminated timber, known as glulam, and cross-laminated timber (CLT) are used for the main structure.
Glulam is manufactured by layering up multiple slices of wood and gluing them together, while CLT is produced in a similar way but involves arranging the layers at right angles. Both are significantly stronger than regular wood.

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楼梯在空间中部靠墙,在不同区域间创造分隔。方形切割的两面墙带扩大了 楼梯旁一些地区的视野,这是顶部的天窗以确保每层可以有较好的采光。
   
“通过巨大的天窗和楼梯间许多小开口,白天光线可以射进屋子里,这种影响会随着楼梯间上升楼层变宽儿增强”。

The staircase is placed against a wall in the middle of the space to create a division between different areas. Two walls with square cut-outs offering views into these areas flank the staircase, which is topped by a skylight to ensures each of the five floors receive plenty of light.
"Via a large skylight and several small openings in the stairwell, daylight penetrates deep into the house, an effect that is further enhanced by the floor-by-floor widening of the stairwell as it rises," said the architects.
   
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红色立面由胶合板薄层(也称单板层积材)组成。
     
切开胶合板形成两层高的窗户,从三楼错层客厅延展到下部的厨房餐厅,带来整个城市的视野。窗口座位位于楼层之中,使居民可以欣赏景色。
   
开放式厨房和餐厅是由弯曲的金属柜和岛台组成。

The red facade is made up from thin layers of glued timber known as laminated veneer lumber.
A two-storey window cut through it provides views across the city from a split-level living room on the third floor and a combined kitchen-diner on the level below. Window seats are integrated into both floors so the residents can admire the scene.
The open-plan kitchen and dining room are finished with curved metal cabinets and an island.
     
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两间卧室在二层,而工作室和入口门厅在一层。
   
松木板用碱涂层减缓松树随时间推移变黄的趋势。房子的其余部分简单地完成,包括清水混凝土地板和灰白色的门。

Two bedrooms occupy the first floor, while a studio and entrance hall are placed at ground level.
The pine wood panels are treated with a coating of lye to counteract the pine's tendency to yellow over time. The rest of the house is finished simply, including floors covered with fair-faced concrete and white-grey doors.
     
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设计也使用了被动式节能原则。南立面玻璃巨大的花费确保冬季保存太阳辐射,而阳台和平台上悬挑的屋顶形成的阴影在夏季可以防止暴晒。

Houten Herenhuis是最近木材作为建筑材料的再次复兴的例子,木材被建筑师称为“新混凝土”。

其他使用木材建造的项目,包括Amin Taha 建筑事务所设计的微型公寓,OOPEAA的湖边观察亭以及Andrew Todd建筑事务所的莎士比亚风格的剧院。

建筑摄影是by Marcel van der Burg。

The design also employs passivhaus principles. Large expanses of south-facing glazing ensure that solar heat is retained in winter, while balconies and a roof overhang above the terrace form shading to prevent overheating in summer.
Houten Herenhuis is the latest example of timber's resurgence as a building material, which architects are calling "the new concrete".
Other projects using engineered timber include a slender apartment block by Amin Taha Architects, a lakeside observation pavilion by OOPEAA and a Shakespearean-style theatre in by Andrew Todd Architects.
Photography is by Marcel van der Burg.
   
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项目信息:
建筑师:MAATworks
项目建筑师:Lidewij Lenders
承包商:Kerkhofs Houtbouw, Henrik-Ido-Ambacht
结构工程师:Raadschelders-Bouwadvies
室内设计师:MAATworks
厨房用具和卫生洁具:Studio Kwest

Houten Herenhuis by MAATworks
Project credits:
Architect: MAATworks
Project architect: Lidewij Lenders
Contractor: Kerkhofs Houtbouw, Henrik-Ido-Ambacht
Structural engineer: Raadschelders-Bouwadvies
Interior designer: MAATworks
Kitchen units and sanitary ware: Studio Kwest


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