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Atelier Oslo设计的木网格立面海岛住宅
Atelier Oslo wraps House on an Island in gridded timber facade


Atelier Oslo在挪威Skåtøy的海岸上设计了一座有着错层式内部的混凝土住宅,外部用定制的木质外墙包围了整栋建筑。

这座住宅是由挪威的Atelier Oslo工作室为一对希望在斯堪的纳维亚海岸居住和工作的艺术家设计的。这座名为海岛住宅(House on a Island)的建筑有着大型的玻璃墙,玻璃墙外由木头网格构成的外立面进行包裹,光线穿过木制网格,使得阳光如同透过树叶的间隙般洒入室内,营造出“平静的氛围”。

A prefabricated timber facade envelops the concrete split-level interiors of this cabin, which Atelier Oslo has slotted onto an outcrop in Skåtøy, Norway.
Norwegian studio Atelier Oslo designed the dwelling for a pair of artists who wanted a retreat for contemplation and working on the coast of the Scandinavian island. The cabin, named House on an Island, features large glazed walls wrapped by a gridded facade that is intended to create a "calm atmosphere" by filtering light like the leaves of a tree.


Atelier Oslo 工作室的创始合伙人Nils Ole Brandtzæg告诉Dezeen记者,“设计灵感来自于人们静坐在树下时,看见阳光透过树枝洒下来的景象。由于房屋四周都是玻璃,木结构可以作为遮阳和框架的造型。建筑在面对邻里的方向和南面时是封闭的,而它面对大海和地平线时是开放的。”

"The inspiration came from the feeling you have when sitting under a tree. Getting the rays of sun filtering through the branches," founding partner at Atelier Oslo Nils Ole Brandtzæg told Dezeen."Since the house is fully glazed the wooden structure also works as sun-shading and framing of the views. Towards the neighbours and south it is more closed while it opens up towards the sea and the horizon."


岛上的房屋与立面的木框架均由经过热处理的木材制成,其随着时间的推移会渐渐变灰。框架嵌入混凝土基础,Atelier Oslo工作室通过充分适应场地地形,使得建筑形成一系列错层。

House on an Island's facade slots onto the cabin's timber frame. Both are made from heat-treated wood that will turn grey over time. The frame is embedded into a concrete base, which Atelier Oslo adapted to the topography of the site, forming a series of split-levels.




"The topography of the site was carefully measured to integrate the rocks into the project," explained the architecture studio."The interior becomes part of the landscape and walking in and around the cabin gives a unique experience, where the different qualities from the site becomes part of the architecture."




Atelier Oslo工作室使用混凝土在客厅制造了一个类似废墟的结构,位于客厅的地板上。结构上设有长凳,壁炉和一个在夹层处升高的沙发床。

Inside, the cabin comprises an open-plan living room and kitchen, alongside a bathroom, two bedrooms and an office space.
In the living room, Atelier Oslo has also used concrete to create a ruin-like structure that grows out from the building's concrete floor. It incorporates a bench, fireplace, and a day bed that is elevated on a micro-mezzanine level.



海岛住宅中有一个通往入口的楼梯,从住宅的屋顶延伸出来。 Atelier Oslo工作室在这里设置了小型长凳,形成了一个“坐着等待最后一缕日落余晖”的理想场所。

To help the house blend with its surroundings, the concrete extends outside and around the dwelling, creating a variety of different outdoor spaces for the house.
House on an Island is complete with a staircase that leads down to the entrance, puncturing the roof line of the cabin. Here Atelier Oslo has incorporated a small bench, forming "the perfect spot to sit down and catch the last rays of the sunset."


Atelier Oslo是一家建筑工作室,由Nils OleBaeBrandtzæg,Thomas Liu,Marius Mowe和Jonas Norsted创立于2006年。2014年,新建工作室坐落在挪威森林中,于斜坡上被玄武岩覆盖,其中有着美丽的木质内饰。

Atelier Oslo is an architecture studio founded in 2006 by Nils Ole Bae Brandtzæg, Thomas Liu, Marius Mowe and Jonas Norsted.In 2014 it perched a basalt-clad cabin with a curvaceous wood interior on a slope in Norwegian forest.


建筑工作室Sanden + Hodnekvam Arkitekter最近还在挪威完成了一个混凝土度假别墅,它坐落在Beitstadfjorden海湾的礁石边,名为Rones小屋,是一对想要能享受峡湾景色的简单放松空间的夫妇委托的。

摄影:Ivar Kvaal

Architecture studio Sanden+Hodnekvam Arkitekter also recently completed a concrete retreat in Norway, which sits beside an outcrop beside the Beitstadfjorden. Named Cabin at Rones, the dwelling was commissioned by a couple who wanted a simple space to relax and enjoy views of the fjord.
Photography is by Ivar Kvaal.






建筑设计事务所:Atelier Oslo
顾问:Bohlinger + Grohman Ingenieure,Norconsult
承包商:Admar AS

Project credits:
Architect: Atelier Oslo
Consultants: Bohlinger + Grohman Ingenieure, Norconsult
Contractor: Admar AS




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