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The name of the project designed by Italian architects Massimo Gnocchi and Paolo Danesi is Mountain Refuge. The architects designed the traditional cabin structure in harmony with the environment, inspired by the combination of traditional and contemporary structure.
The Mountain Refuge project has a modular structure. Arrangements can be made in this project. The house is designed as a 24m² main module and a second module of 12 m² can be added according to the wishes and needs of the customer. The house was designed in such a way that no concrete foundation is needed. If there are problems caused by the ground, thin concrete slabs can be used if needed.
The use of pale wood in the interior design of the house draws attention. In order to benefit more from natural light and view, floor-to-ceiling glass is preferred. In general, the interior design is made in a minimalist way. There is no furniture to use in the house except for needs. The floors, walls and ceiling are covered with plywood. In this way, you can feel the same texture everywhere in the house.
The exterior of the house is stunningly beautiful. The roof, which consists of two parts designed as steep and inclined, made the house become an interesting structure by getting out of the ordinary.
If you want to get information about this wonderful little modular house, you can find it here. The Mountain Refuge
- Floor plan size : 4.75m x 7.45m (15.60ft x 24.40ft) excluding the outdoor deck, the size of which may vary according to the client’s area.
- Gross size (including roof eaves) : 6.95m x 9.65m (22.80ft x 31.60ft)
- Maximum wall height : 4.50m to 5.00m (14.75ft to 16.40ft)
- Gross height (including roof eaves) : 5.30m to 5.80m (17.40ft to 19.00ft)
- Gross floor plan surface : 27.60 sqm (297 sqft)
- Gross volume : 93 cbm (3284 cbft)
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