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Villa Muurame / Marco Casagrande

  • 08:00 - 7 November, 2016
Villa Muurame / Marco Casagrande
Villa Muurame / Marco Casagrande, © Jenni Moilanen
© Jenni Moilanen

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© Jenni Moilanen
© Jenni Moilanen

From the architect. Villa Muurame is a wooden 3-story single-family home by Lake Jyväsjärvi in Jyväskylä, Finland. The spatial elements of the house (approx. 3m wide, 7.8 longa and 3.1 high) were pre-fabricated during the winter in the Muurametalot housing factory in Karunki, Finnish Lapland and the elements were erected in Jyväskylä after the snow had melted. The timber used is extremely slow grown and high quality Lappish spruce and pine.

© Jenni Moilanen
© Jenni Moilanen
1st Floor Plan
1st Floor Plan
© Jenni Moilanen
© Jenni Moilanen

The house is getting more private as one moves up the floors. The ground floor is an open space with collective functions, the bedrooms are on the second floor and on the third floor you get naked. Each floor has their own terrace or balcony and the second floor opens to an extensive roof garden.

Elevation
Elevation

The house is warmed up during the harsh Finnish winters with geothermal heating, which also cools down the house during summers.

© Jenni Moilanen
© Jenni Moilanen
Cite: "Villa Muurame / Marco Casagrande" 07 Nov 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/798925/villa-muurame-marco-casagrande/>
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2 Comments

Hunter · November 08, 2016

"The ground floor is an open space with collective functions, the bedrooms are on the second floor and on the third floor you get naked."

Sudarshan Khadka · November 08, 2016

What happened here? This is a good solid project, but his other stuff was so much more provocative! Or am I missing something?

Alin Radomir · November 08, 2016 03:44 PM

Of course!

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