* Residential Architecture: Twisted House by JVA
Posted by the editors on Thursday, 4 October 2012
Residential Architecture: Twisted House by JVA: “..High in the mountains, 1000m above the ocean (ndlr: normally referred to as “sea level”) and close to the ski slopes, the cabin reflects the contours in the terrain to make room for a large family on holiday..The cabin has seven floor levels connected differently to the surrounding terrain. These levels give various internal and external views..The facades and roof are clad in larch wood, and the whole interior is mainly in oak wood to give a warm feeling in the wintertime..” Interesting form, interior volumes; extensive glazing, natural light, nature views; extensive use of wood: horizontal exterior wood cladding in larch, interior wood ( oak ) ceilings, flooring, walls; contextual sensibility..
image: © Nils Petter Dale; article: Cifuentes , Fabian . “Twisted House / JVA” 02 Oct 2012. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/277239>