Thursday, October 25, 2007

Danish timber clad raft

This lovely building by Christensen&Co is edging away from shedworking and more towards the summerhouse end of the spectrum but it's not as big as it looks (64 m²) because it has an enormous deck which fools the eye. It's built in woodlands near the lake of Arresø on the island of Zealand. The architects actually describe it as "in essence a timber clad raft" which "hovers" just above the grass. The project was completed in collaboration with architect Pernille Poulsen. Photograph: Adam Mørk
Via Designspotter

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