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  7. XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company

XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company

  • 00:00 - 8 November, 2008
XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company
XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company

XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company + 7

  • Architects

  • Location

    Børkop Munchipal, Denmark
  • Partner In Charge

    Charles Bessard
  • Project Team

    Nanne de Ru, Charles Bessard, Mads Lassen, Thomas Lund, Anders Lyhne
  • Structural Engineer

    Tonny Hovborg
  • Engineering

    Carl Peter Adolph
  • Project Year

    2008

Text description provided by the architects. Glamourous yet cost effective, the XXLong Summerhouse challenges the idea that luxurious does not necessarily means expensive. With a budget of a standard summerhouse, the XXL Summerhouse provides all the qualities of a custom made design.

A unique site on the Danish Coast of 10m wide by a 100m long, challenged us to make unusually long house. As the view is the most important assets of this site, we made a huge living/dining room on the sea and placed the bedrooms towards the back, their footprint reduced to the minimum. Then, instead of compressing the house, we stretched it to become 5m wide and 30m long as to optimally combine the garden with the house. Every room has direct access to the garden; the garden becomes a room.

Cite: "XXLong Summerhouse / Powerhouse Company" 08 Nov 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/8130/xxlong-summerhouse-powerhouse-company/> ISSN 0719-8884

XXLong 超长夏日度假屋 / Powerhouse Company