Wooden house with sawtooth roof
Sawtooth wooden structure. The design is reminiscent of the local textile industry

The passive solar house Skatchkoff designed by HUB studio clearly echoes both the saw-tooth structure of the local textile industry and the wooden structures of the dacha, which resemble the client's homeland, Russia

On the edge of the centre of Kortrijk, Belgium, a passive solar house stands out. The residence, in order to facilitate accessibility even for older people is mainly structured on the ground floor. The orientation is designed with the possibility of adding a twin residence on the west side

Wooden house with sawtooth roof

The sculptural sawtooth roof is ideal for capturing passive solar heat from the south. The central part that structures the floor has all the equipment for ventilation. From the central core all the rooms are articulated

Wooden house with sawtooth roof

The structure is entirely made of prefabricated wood, rain and windproof. The interiors are designed with a pallet of modest and warm material resulting in refined and detailed interiors

Wooden house with sawtooth roof

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