the hut

n. a small or humble dwelling of simple construction, especially one made of natural materials, as of logs or grass.
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Lente House, Yvelines, France by Karawitz
The clients, a Franco-Japanese family, wish to construct an energy-efficient timber house employing contemporary architectural concepts. In the course of planning discussions, the clients were increasingly attracted by the option of a certified passive house of solid timber construction, using eco-friendly materials. Notwithstanding stringent local planning regulations, a fruitful exchange between the clients and Karawitz has resulted in a wealth of unorthodox details, some with a Japanese influence.
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cjwho:

Lente House, Yvelines, France by Karawitz

The clients, a Franco-Japanese family, wish to construct an energy-efficient timber house employing contemporary architectural concepts. In the course of planning discussions, the clients were increasingly attracted by the option of a certified passive house of solid timber construction, using eco-friendly materials. Notwithstanding stringent local planning regulations, a fruitful exchange between the clients and Karawitz has resulted in a wealth of unorthodox details, some with a Japanese influence.

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