Vandeventer + Carlander Architects - C3 Cabin







Para el diseño de la cabina se fijaron tres metas: en primer lugar proporcionar los espacios requeridos para una cabina permanente extendida que ocupe un espacio mínimo del terreno. En segundo lugar proporcionar calidad de espacio y abundante luz del día, lo que no es frecuente en estructuras de este tipo. Y tercero, tener en cuenta la simplicidad de la construcción y del mantenimiento. La planta baja contiene el living, la cocina y el baño, con un entrepiso sobre estos dos últimos donde se ubica el dormitorio. Los materiales, fibra de cemento y paneles exteriores de metal, fueron elegidos por el bajo costo inicial y el prolongado plazo por el que las necesidades de mantenimiento son mínimas.

Vandeventer + Carlander Architects' Camano Cabin in Washington is a simple 352 square foot cabin (with 128 square extra feet in the loft) that was made for clients back in 1999. After winning a 2006 AIA/Sunset Magazine Merit award and after several requests, the cabin plans, called the C3 Cabin, are now available for purchase. "The design of this cabin was premised on three goals. First, to provide the required spaces for an extended stay cabin within a minimal footprint. Second, provide a quality of space and abundant natural daylight typically not found in this size of structure. And third, to allow for simplicity of construction and maintenance.". The ground floor contains the main living space, kitchen and bath with the sleeping loft capping both the kitchen and bathroom while open to the living space below. The exterior materials, fiber cement and metal panels, were chosen for initial low cost and minimal maintenance over time; "both materials are not affected by mold, water absorption or bug infestation, requiring only periodic washing based on the cabins site conditions.".

En MoCo Loco.

Vandeventer + Carlander Architects