he courtyard of ST Nursery is not only a place for the children to play. They also can feel and enjoy the nature well in this area. This courtyard is designed with green elements like trees and grass. It is also a good connection that ST Nursery has for them with nature.
The sky terrace is located on the tower’s 31st floor extends the beautiful view. You can see this view from a lounge toward to the skyline.
The 3.6576-meter wide bridge along with its 239-meter length is supported by a weathering steel truss by which supports the concrete deck. LED light fixtures were installed in the bridge deck.
Since it is impossible to build a septic system on Ragged Island, a composting toilet was chosen for the bathroom. Only the stove and water heater operate off propane while everything else, such as refrigerator, is powered by solar cells on the porch roof. A wood stove can heat the house during chilly nights.
The Library Delft University of Technology provides comfortable study areas for visitors. Spaces with couches are intended for the informal study area.
SM Nursery has one large space in the middle of the building interior. This area is not only a terrace but also a place for the kids to enjoy their food. The wooden floor and the beams on the ceiling will keep them warm. The large windows will also give them a beautiful view of the small forest.
With careful programmatic analysis and great attention to details, West Shore Park brings comfort for both Baltimore’s common ground and tourist grounds.
Reeden van Texel is an 18m x 4m pièce de résistance of Kaap Skil Maritime and Beachcombers Museum. This model displays projections and atmospheric lighting that will guide the visitors through the exhibition area located on the first floor.
In short, the complex reflects a clear relationship between the constructions and equal parties, but with a unique character for each. Aside from that, the unique character has a close relationship with the external program and nature nearby.
The interior is made by combining some different materials in one space. The wall and the floor come with some variations of the materials. The locker is covered with a cool black slope inside the terrace interior. It makes the terrace looks interesting than other rooms.
Visible Studio spends £15,000 for the total cost, including the labor and the material. The architect is Invisible Studio who works together with the best construction team. The timber is milled by Martin and felled by Ed Strutt.