Monday, August 10, 2009

Thailand Wood Prefab Houses with Modern Butterfly Roof

The architects at TYIN Tegnestue – a non-profit group of student architects – designed these unusual wood prefab houses, Soe Ker Tie Hias, which translates to “Butterfly Houses,” in Noh Bo, Tak, Thailand. These eco-friendly prefab homes are named for their innovative flip-up roof design that enables effective natural ventilation while collecting rainwater for re-use. These compact wood houses are clad in locally harvested bamboo, and the material is woven using a traditional method on the front and rear facades that appears commonly in other homes and crafts done in the area. The homes are prefabricated and assembled on site, adding to their sustainable appeal. The houses are raised off the ground, set on four foundations cast in old tires, eliminating the problem of excessive moisture and resulting rot. TYIN Tegnestue via Arch Daily photo credit: Pasi Aaltobutterfly-houses-1.jpgbutterfly-houses-2.jpgbutterfly-houses-6.jpgbutterfly-houses-3.jpgbutterfly-houses-4.jpgbutterfly-houses-5.jpgbutterfly-houses-7.jpgbutterfly-houses-8.jpgbutterfly-houses-9.jpgbutterfly-houses-10.jpgBest of interior and architecture

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