Created by Stockholm-based mostly architects Vision Division, this certain window frame is part of the Ströjs home task. The long mullion-shelf façade is created as a universal element that would be easy to fit in practically any Scandinavian surroundings. The method offers a light environment, but at the same time packed with functions such as benches, shelves, desks, kitchen tables and so forth. This concentration of functions in one particular wall of little depth enables for integration in very tiny spaces as effectively as for space conserving in any other surroundings. In this specific situation the window frame- shelf technique is integrated to a tiny addition to an existing house. The technique covers the whole facade that overlooks the garden and the lake, and is the 2 element of the framework of the residence and of its interior layout. On the outside, the frame is painted red to match the total color of the property. On the inside the mullions and the shelves are white, in buy to stay as light and neutral as possible and not to overcharge the interior. From the outside, the pattern looks normal, like identically sized small rectangular windows. From the within items modify, and the widths of the shelves vary in buy to adapt to different functions.
In 2 places the shelves protrude out of the structure to generate tables of desks. These surfaces are multifunctional, as they can be utilised for different functions depending on the want, for illustration pc desks or breakfast tables.
These table surfaces are on various levels in our design and style, simply because the small home addition has a semi-degree which allows for a much more clear partition of the spaces. The narrower shelves are utilized for storing books, fire wood or meals provisions. A lot of are left empty in buy for the light to be able to penetrate into the property.
Seated following to each other at the table, the customers advantage from stunning views on the backyard and the lake in front.