magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
 
magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
jul 15, 2013

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
all images courtesy of csaba kovács, áron vass-eysen, tamara poós

 

 

closed, the door of this shed in nagybajom, hungary is almost unnoticeable – the form becomes a homogenous whole. designed by hungarian firm NARTARCHITECTS, the modest 10sqm structure evokes a sense of secrecy. due to tight budget restrictions the building was constructed in modules. the splay of the roof is identical to that of the main building, cheap timber panels let just enough light and breeze in from the outside world. the door opens outwards so that nothing intrudes on the inner space. blinded by the outer sunlight it makes it difficult to see straw bales, objects and machines. each rift in the horizontal panels contains another phase of the movement. standing confidently in the garden, this traditional shed offers an experience more than what it seems at first glance.

 

 

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
due to tight budget restrictions the building was constructed in modules

 

 

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
the modest 10sqm structure evokes a sense of secrecy

 

 

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
the door opens outwards so that nothing intrudes on the inner space

 

 

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
contrast between light and dark spaces are enhanced by the dimly lit interior

 

 

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
shed detail

 

 

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
exterior view at night

 

 

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
glowing garden shed at night

 

 

magical little shed in hungary by NARTARCHITECTS
detailed drawings

 

 

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  • Bravo! Great in all of it’s modesty!! Superb!!

    atelier argos
  • This is typical small building for keeping corner dray over the year that is common all over Pannonia basin.
    It is even better when elevated.
    Traditionally ground floor would be shelter for farm animals but it can be adapted for multiple use.
    Cross ventilation makes it very pleasant space in hot weather.

    maya
  • then?

    JHUN
  • i want to live here!

    timboslice

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