Traditional wooden outbuilding
Outhouse in Hungary. A fusion between primitive and modern Architecture

Immersed in Hungarian nature, the main objective of the building is to blend local primitive architecture with modern construction elements, evoking a unique atmosphere, whose protagonists are man and nature

The building, surrounded by nature, is the fusion of local primitive architecture and modern construction elements. The result is a unique atmosphere, which takes into account the importance of the relationship between man and nature

Traditional wooden outbuilding

The design of the building is inspired by the architectural archetypes of Balaton Highland and conceptual illustrations on the primitive hut of Marc-Antoine Laugier. During the conceptual phase, there was close collaboration between the designer and the client, which made it possible to develop a unique architectural idea

Traditional wooden outbuilding

In the building, whose construction was completed in 2017, some basic elements of architecture are evident: the relationship between man and nature, which emerges in both the constructive and formal aspects, the covered paths, the relationship between inside and outside. The shape and materials of the building play an important role and are the link between yesterday and today: the use of traditional materials with a contemporary sense of design

Traditional wooden outbuilding

The structural elements are visible from the outside: pillars arranged in pairs, at a distance of 1.4 m from each other, between which you can see windows and transparent doors running along the entire facade. The numerous openings allow a considerable amount of natural light to enter the interior of the house, as well as a direct and constant connection between inside and outside, between the residents and the surrounding nature

Traditional wooden outbuilding

A holiday home that does not forget the history of the place where it stands and its context, but rather makes it part of it, through the use of traditional materials and evoked shapes

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