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Hölick Sea Resort / Mats Edlund & Henrietta Palmer

  • 01:00 - 26 October, 2010
Hölick Sea Resort / Mats Edlund & Henrietta Palmer
Hölick Sea Resort / Mats Edlund & Henrietta Palmer, © Jacob Nordström
© Jacob Nordström

© Jacob Nordström © Jacob Nordström © Jacob Nordström © Jacob Nordström +11

From the architect. Until today Hölick Sea Resort, located in a pine forest on the coast north of the Swedish city Hudiksvall, has been a traditional camping site. We wish to increase the quality of living and add new values to the former camping and have used the metaphor “lodge” to illustrate this new ambition.

© Jacob Nordström
© Jacob Nordström

The proposal is a total concept of living, food, services and experiences – including nature, buildings, footpaths, bridges, lighting and signage – to achieve an over-all experience, while keeping a feeling of privacy.

© Jacob Nordström
© Jacob Nordström

By focusing on an exciting architecture in wood, inspired by the former tents on the camping, the client wishes to reach more affluent customers. The area is planned for 22 houses of two different types; 80 and 90 sqm, of which the bigger one has just been built. The plan is to start construction of the second house type during winter 2011.

© Jacob Nordström
© Jacob Nordström

Both houses are built totally in wood, using the Gotlandic traditional faltak – a wooden roof – to achieve a homogeneous wood appearance. The interiors are light and spacious, and planned for an easy Swedish summer lifestyle for families and friends.

© Jacob Nordström
© Jacob Nordström
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Hölick Sea Resort / Mats Edlund & Henrietta Palmer" 26 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/84106/holick-sea-resort-mats-edlund-henrietta-palmer/>
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12 Comments

Graham Cowen · November 05, 2011

My kind of camping at the Hlick Sea Resort in Sweden ... :) http://t.co/hdfEFLgg @plethoraapp

hZ · December 28, 2010

It would be possible to better appreciate that shelving wall if it were made of glass. As it is, it's forbidding and oppressive. Still, preferable to a cube or rectangular prism.

bluevertical · December 01, 2010

Hölick Sea Resort by Mats Edlund & Henrietta Palmer http://bit.ly/en5RWD #architecture #interiordesign #modern #cabin *cool cabin

aaronaut · November 29, 2010

i could happily live forever in one of these cottages http://www.archdaily.com/84106...

Eric Crabtree · November 20, 2010

My future vacation home http://is.gd/gH0Lk @plethoraapp

Architektourist · October 27, 2010

Aber diese schwedischen Ferienhäuser im Wald gefallen mir doch besser als architektonische Effekthascherei. http://ow.ly/30b0C

Paddy O'Keeffe · October 27, 2010

RT @ArchDaily: Hölick Sea Resort / Mats Edlund & Henrietta Palmer http://archdai.ly/b5snb8 #architecture

Marc · October 27, 2010

Simple and compact... I like it!

DESIGN*aRt::archive · October 27, 2010

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Erik Joya · October 27, 2010

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Jean M. Julbe · October 27, 2010

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ELS · October 27, 2010

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