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ARCHITECTURE VISUALIZATION
/TROSTERUDVEIEN 9 HOUSE
Client: Private
Year: 2022
Code: 01
Breaking the volume down in four volumes adapts the scale of the building to the surroundings, while maintaining a clear total volume. The Y-shape creates three different outdoor spaces, with various qualities, views and orientations. The gardens become an important part of the indoor spaces, giving each orientation a different character according to the sunlight in the morning, noon and evening.
ABOUT PROJECT

We saw the building at Archdaily, we liked it so much . so we decided we will do visualization for the house. Designed by R21 Arkitekter Photography by Herman Dreyer

Breaking the volume down in four volumes adapts the scale of the building to the surroundings, while maintaining a clear total volume. The Y-shape creates three different outdoor spaces, with various qualities, views and orientations. The gardens become an important part of the indoor spaces, giving each orientation a different character according to the sunlight in the morning, noon and evening.

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Breaking the volume down in four volumes adapts the scale of the building to the surroundings.

While maintaining a clear total volume. The Y-shape creates three different outdoor spaces, with various qualities, views and orientations. The gardens become an important part of the indoor spaces, giving each orientation a different character according to the sunlight in the morning, noon and evening.

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PROJECT GOALS

Trosterudveien House is a single-family house in Oslo, Norway. Designed by R21 Arkitekter in 2017, the 300- sqm house consists of four smaller volumes assembled to one with gable roofs. The project respects and adopts the scale and typology of the surroundings with a clear and precise shape.