Modular Homes from Natural Materials by Torsten Ottesjo
At first glance wisfer readers may see this as a piece of vertebrate animal’s body lying on a land area of ash. But actually this is an impressive modular home project that was created by Swedish designer Torsten Ottesjo suitable for young couples taste of high art.
This is a regional arch lightweight steel construction that is supported by several elements such as, wood, wood fiber, recycled paper that resists water and salt (ecofiber), and biodegradable cellulose. Biodegradable cellulose is the element that is used on roofs, and recycled cardboard is used as a reinforcement of the roof structure of the weather disturbance. While elements of wood and wood fiber more we find on the walls and floors.
Entering the inside, after passing through the main entrance, we will find a relaxing space with plywood floors be some simple furnishings. and bedrooms have been created after the main living space. As for creating exceptional comfort, the inner wall lined by houses in a clean white paint.
Torsten Ottesjo Architecture Picture
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