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Tea house - recycled materials

I designed a tea house made of recycled wood and steel on a screw foundation that can be removed without leaving a trace. When designing, I took inspiration from reference projects and the surroundings of the van Abbe house. The more open character of the west side of the building is separated from the more closed east side by a row of visible columns. The interior is connected to the structure and flows into the structure by making use of the columns. Water is drained naturally by height differences in the roof and vegetation on the roof. My main purpose was to see the beauty in the functionality, and expose it in an aesthetic way instead of hiding it.

Student: Lisanne Riksen
Tutors: Femke Stout, Rik de Bondt

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