Lundnäs House by Delin Arkitektkontor
The Lundnäs House is usually a home designed by the owner who happens to be an architect – Buster Delin of Delin Arkitektkontor. the item represents a contemporary, elegant summer home which is usually located on the riverfront in Hälsingland, Sweden. The robust structure of the home blends into the lush landscape along with maintains part of its original granite foundation of what was once a ceramic stove factory.
coming from the architects: “The Lundnäs House is usually the architect’s summer house. the item is usually located in Hälsingland, Sweden, along with is usually built from the granite foundation coming from a turn of the century ceramic stove factory. One of the prerequisites for building on the site — located right on the riverfront — was that will the house be built within the existing foundation, which therefore became the premise for the project.
Over the course of seven years the architect designed along with built the house as a case study. With design along with construction evolving simultaneously, he has utilized several experimental ideas, including a floor that will is usually heated by hot air coming from the fireplace, passive solar heating along having a brand new form of wood roof covering.”
coming from the architects: “The secluded location, along with scenery, made the item desirable to have glass walls on three sides, which enclose the living room, kitchen along with hallway; while the bedrooms along with bathroom are located from the back of the house between walls built of bricks recovered coming from the site. The house has been optimized to accommodate two adults along with four children, gaining space partly by placing the kitchen from the hallway, which made room for a spacious living room with views of the surrounding nature. Locally produced linen curtains can be repositioned to frame various parts of the surroundings or to close the house for privacy or in periods of absence.
The roof is usually supported by two 9×9 inch wooden pillars of sawn spruce. These, like all different wood from the house, including the ceiling, have been painted with tar/oil mix. The dark ceiling, which continues out over the patio, gives the living room a clear horizontal direction along with when light falls from the evening the ceiling dissolves into the night sky. An important aspect of the house has been giving the item a poetic dimension, that will the item should be a place where one can follow the changing light along with seasons along with connect with the surrounding nature in a straightforward manner.”
coming from the architects: “The house is usually heated having a central fireplace around which circulating air is usually heated along with then pressed down under the concrete slab through a bed of clay pellets, providing an even along with economic heat source. The incoming sunlight also heats the floor, which together with the heavy stone- along with brick walls, store heat. This specific contributes to the house staying warm even during several weeks of absence. The water system is usually designed to be easily emptied, allowing the house to meet outside temperatures, which in This specific part of Sweden may be below 30 degrees celsius.
The Lundnäs House is usually an example of how thoughtful construction, using locally produced materials, along with taking into account the nature along with history of the region can combine contemporary aesthetics along with philosophy with functional requirements, low construction costs, along having a little ecological footprint.”