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How to design a zero carbon, low price, and evolutive home?

The answer is in the shape, the material and the volume, inspired by the yurt’s elements of identity

Heating the whole space (300m2 floors) with a ceramic stove, slow heat release wood fireplace, placed in the middle, around witch the staircase is wrapping and split the space into 4 different levels/half levels

Some parts could be closed in different times, or be changed to differents functions.

No doors, trampoline floor, tarpauline walls, natural light sprays from everywhere.

Massive timber structure, wooden frame walls, recycling fabric isolation, gypsum-cardboard panels, cross-laminated timber panels floors, wooden windows double glazed, zinc roof

 

Photograph Michel Ogier

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Home Yurt

How to design a zero carbon, low price, and evolutive home?

The answer is in the shape, the material and the volume, inspired by the yurt’s elements of identity

Heating the whole space (300m2 floors) with a ceramic stove, slow heat release wood fireplace, placed in the middle, around witch the staircase is wrapping and split the space into 4 different levels/half levels

Some parts could be closed in different times, or be changed to differents functions.

No doors, trampoline floor, tarpauline walls, natural light sprays from everywhere.

Massive timber structure, wooden frame walls, recycling fabric isolation, gypsum-cardboard panels, cross-laminated timber panels floors, wooden windows double glazed, zinc roof

 

Photograph Michel Ogier

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Home Yurt

How to design a zero carbon, low price, and evolutive home?

The answer is in the shape, the material and the volume, inspired by the yurt’s elements of identity

Heating the whole space (300m2 floors) with a ceramic stove, slow heat release wood fireplace, placed in the middle, around witch the staircase is wrapping and split the space into 4 different levels/half levels

Some parts could be closed in different times, or be changed to differents functions.

No doors, trampoline floor, tarpauline walls, natural light sprays from everywhere.

Massive timber structure, wooden frame walls, recycling fabric isolation, gypsum-cardboard panels, cross-laminated timber panels floors, wooden windows double glazed, zinc roof

 

Photograph Michel Ogier

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