html текст
All interests
  • All interests
  • Design
  • Food
  • Gadgets
  • Humor
  • News
  • Photo
  • Travel
  • Video
Click to see the next recommended page
Like it
Don't like
Add to Favorites

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects

© Simon Devitt

Architects: Athfield Architects
Location: Takapuna Beach, New Zealand
Year: 2013
Photographs: Simon Devitt

© Simon Devitt

From the architect. The design for the new houses at No. 25-27 William St share a common platform, although these sites will form separate applications, they are conceived of as complimentary activities and are thus discussed together. The key ideas are expressed as follows.

© Simon Devitt

1.  The retention of the original “bach era” landscape.

The existing house at the beach at No 25 William St sits at the top of a lawn that is  open to the Takapuna beachfront. This is now one of the few sections the opens so generously onto the public domain. This is seen as a positive gesture to the public space of the beach front and recalls an historic house type which is now rare in this region. This lawn or green space features a simple concrete path that extends to the beach from the house.

© Simon Devitt

The intention is to retain and extend this green space and the axial path from the beach through to the William St address. This strategy involves opening the sites up to each other and linking them with a consistent landscape treatment.

© Simon Devitt

There are two significant trees at each end of the combined site. These are to be retained as they are large scale plantings that will book mark the site. Similarly two traditional outbuildings are to remain at either end of the house on the front section.

© Simon Devitt

2.  Linking the buildings on the two sites.

An extended pathway from simple materials is to link the buildings on the two sites. The new buildings will be detailed to merge with the land form or , conversely, be strongly defined objects on the lawn and path. They are to be simply clad in robust, weathered hardwood panelling buildings with a concrete base. These materials are found from the existing “bach era” landscape as we’ll as the foreshore and neighbourhood.

© Simon Devitt

The minor dwelling near William St at No.27 is to be clad in naturally weathering brass or copper metal panel it is intended to sit close to the retained large Puriri tree and form a  detail on the site, a notional gate house or street elevation.

© Simon Devitt

3.  Respecting the local scale.

There are to be three discrete house forms. These have a combined plan area which is similar to the two existing dwellings to be removed.

© Simon Devitt

The new from adjacent neighbours and occupies the approximately back third of it’s section. The House at No. 25 although significantly larger than the existing bach or cottage will be over 1200mm lower than the existing roof ridge. (At 8m wide it will be over 3m narrower when viewed from the beach than the existing house. It will however be 3m longer that the original house on the site. Relative to the neighbouring houses it is smaller in all dimensions from the neighbours either side.)

© Simon Devitt

The house and minor dwelling at No. 27 are ancillary dwellings adjacent to the main house at No. 25. These are spaced at opposite diagonals on the site and appear as one room (5m) wide towers from the road. At their highest they are between 100-800mm higher than the existing house on the site but over a far smaller area.

© Simon Devitt

The three houses will fit easily in the general pattern of the neighbourhood. They will rarely be seen all together and will appear as modestly scaled.

© Simon Devitt

4.  Packaging.

The new houses are notionally thought of as a small collection of containers or vessels. The content of these packages, set back behind robust claddings, are finely detailed and glazed.. The houses, or packages, have been placed and arranged so that the cladding conceals the content from the more public approaches and reveals the interiors as one accesses elevations that are interior to the site.

© Simon Devitt

This subtle theme is developed further with the provision of folding and sliding able to be manipulated to suit the requirement of the inhabitants.

Floor Plan
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects © Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects Floor Plan
Floor Plan
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects Floor Plan
Floor Plan

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects Site Plan
Site Plan
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects Site Plan
Site Plan
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects Sketch
Sketch

Takapuna House / Athfield Architects Sketch
Sketch
Takapuna House / Athfield Architects Sketch
Sketch

* Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address.
Cite: "Takapuna House / Athfield Architects" 23 Dec 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 04 Jan 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=460283>
Читать дальше
Twitter
Одноклассники
Мой Мир

материал с archdaily.com

7

      Add

      You can create thematic collections and keep, for instance, all recipes in one place so you will never lose them.

      No images found
      Previous Next 0 / 0
      500
      • Advertisement
      • Animals
      • Architecture
      • Art
      • Auto
      • Aviation
      • Books
      • Cartoons
      • Celebrities
      • Children
      • Culture
      • Design
      • Economics
      • Education
      • Entertainment
      • Fashion
      • Fitness
      • Food
      • Gadgets
      • Games
      • Health
      • History
      • Hobby
      • Humor
      • Interior
      • Moto
      • Movies
      • Music
      • Nature
      • News
      • Photo
      • Pictures
      • Politics
      • Psychology
      • Science
      • Society
      • Sport
      • Technology
      • Travel
      • Video
      • Weapons
      • Web
      • Work
        Submit
        Valid formats are JPG, PNG, GIF.
        Not more than 5 Мb, please.
        30
        surfingbird.ru/site/
        RSS format guidelines
        500
        • Advertisement
        • Animals
        • Architecture
        • Art
        • Auto
        • Aviation
        • Books
        • Cartoons
        • Celebrities
        • Children
        • Culture
        • Design
        • Economics
        • Education
        • Entertainment
        • Fashion
        • Fitness
        • Food
        • Gadgets
        • Games
        • Health
        • History
        • Hobby
        • Humor
        • Interior
        • Moto
        • Movies
        • Music
        • Nature
        • News
        • Photo
        • Pictures
        • Politics
        • Psychology
        • Science
        • Society
        • Sport
        • Technology
        • Travel
        • Video
        • Weapons
        • Web
        • Work

          Submit

          Thank you! Wait for moderation.

          Тебе это не нравится?

          You can block the domain, tag, user or channel, and we'll stop recommend it to you. You can always unblock them in your settings.

          • archdaily
          • домен archdaily.com

          Get a link

          Спасибо, твоя жалоба принята.

          Log on to Surfingbird

          Recover
          Sign up

          or

          Welcome to Surfingbird.com!

          You'll find thousands of interesting pages, photos, and videos inside.
          Join!

          • Personal
            recommendations

          • Stash
            interesting and useful stuff

          • Anywhere,
            anytime

          Do we already know you? Login or restore the password.

          Close

          Add to collection

             

            Facebook

            Ваш профиль на рассмотрении, обновите страницу через несколько секунд

            Facebook

            К сожалению, вы не попадаете под условия акции