29 Tussefaret cover

Førpris: 449.00
ISBN: 9788253044613
Status: I salg
Utgitt år: 2023
Sideantall: 192
Innbinding: Heftet

Project: Tussefaret

Architect: Lie Øyen arkitekter

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Tussefaret (2014) is a two-story single-family house designed by the architecture office Lie Øyen and is located in the outskirts of the small coastal town Drøbak outside Oslo, on a quiet residential street. The house somehow both refines and revises the Norwegian housing tradition: “The most striking aspects of Villa Tussefaret are related to its unusual construction – its division into large pre-cast concrete elements, seemingly too coarse for the size of the house itself – and to the relationship between the form of construction and the way that domestic life is organized inside,” as Jørgen Johan Tandberg puts it in the accompanying essay “A Contemporary Ruin”. He terms the house pioneering in its “use of large, prefabricated concrete sandwich elements in a Norwegian private house.” Tussefaret was rewarded Betongelementprisen in 2014. The choice of structural material and the pre-fabrication production method had its imprint on what working drawings where needed and how the design process and the process of building were organized. This volume presents the full set of drawings for the project. A decade after the house was completed, the photographer Per Maning has documented the current state of the site and the building, showing the subtle relationship between rough concrete surfaces, the lush garden and the spatial relationship between inside and outside. Essay by Jørgen J. Tandberg. Edited by Karl Otto Ellefsen and Dagfinn Sagen.