Dutch structure studio Overtreders W has created Steady Stack, a brief cabin resort constructed utilizing straps and borrowed supplies, in Veenhuizen, the Netherlands.
The studio discovered the supplies for the cabin within the village of Veenhuizen, sourcing concrete gutters and wooden from carpenter Peter Kroes and roof tiles and paving slabs from Riedstra farm.
As a substitute of gluing, drilling or screwing, Overtreders W opted for tie-down straps to lock the construction, in order that the borrowed supplies could possibly be returned with out injury and devaluation.
The studio additionally used the inexperienced straps as ornamental components and so as to add one other layer of texture to the secure, “emphasising the versatile and modern character of the construction,” it mentioned.
The studio designed the non permanent lodging to focus on Veenhuizen’s craftsmanship, historical past and atmosphere.
The village, which is now a World Heritage Website, was first constructed as a reform housing colony, Landbouwkolonie Veenhuizen [agricultural colony Veenhuiz] by the pressured labour of homeless individuals 200 years in the past.
“In keeping with the modest historical past of the place, the place labour and life happened with restricted sources, this cosy dwelling has been created,” mentioned Overtreders W.
“Steady Stack showcases the attractive potentialities that the mix of expertise and sustainable dealing with of supplies can provide.”
Steady Stack, which is situated in a peat meadow panorama and overlooks farmland, types a part of Veen Huis Resort.
It is a mission that celebrates 200 years of the village by maker and thinker collective Ketter&Co and native resort Bitter & Zoet.
It contains seven non permanent lodging, created in unconventional methods, and opens its door for visitors from Could to October 2023.
“With a revaluation of the connection between man and panorama and an explosion of creativity, the Veen Huis Resort evokes an pressing dialog about the way forward for Veenhuizen as an experimental agricultural colony,” mentioned Ketter&Co.
Hester van Dijk and Reinder Bakker based and head Overtreders W, a small Amsterdam structure studio specialising in non permanent constructions.
At Dutch Design Week 2017, the studio collaborated with Bureau SLA and designed the Individuals’s Pavilion with borrowed and reclaimed supplies. The pavilion was the venue for Dezeen’s Good Design for a Unhealthy World speak collection.
Extra not too long ago, the studio constructed a demountable exhibition pavilion with pink hempcrete and recycled timber.
The pictures is courtesy of Overtreders W.