在今年的Hello Wood国际暑期大学，学生们共同建造了七个现代化的小木屋。该项目是为期一周的Cabin Fever计划中的一部分，参与者们均得到了国际建筑师的专业指导与协作。在未来，这些可移动、可居住的独特小屋或将成为精品民宿的原型。
At this year’s Hello Wood International Summer University and Festival students got the chance to build seven contemporary cabins. As part of the week-long Cabin Fever programme, participants were mentored by international architects. In the future, these moveable, liveable and unique wooden cabins could even become prototypes for boutique accommodation in popular weekend destinations.
Grand Cabin Club by Hello Wood
团队负责人|Team leaders: Dávid Ráday, András Huszár, Nóra Fekete, Ádám Bajtai
团队成员|Team: Martin Varvas, Ogulcan Aksoy, Simona Rusnačková, Lucia Pum, Milan Voorhorst, Maria Gracia Latorre, Matteo Rossetti, Filip Cerha, Miriam Rieke, Nolwen Major Francès, Csaba Rittling
“木屋俱乐部”弥补了传统木屋在形式上的不足。它是由Berger Houses的预制木板建造而成，巨大的玻璃窗为之引入了周围乡村的壮观景色。这座小屋能够为8个人提供宽裕而舒适的环境，并且可供20人举行聚会——这主要归功于设计者没有在屋内设置任何多余的隔墙。此外，屋内的两间卧室和浴室均位于“盒子”体量内，它们的入口虽然设在室内，但实际上连接于小屋的外部。向内部敞开的房间加上宽阔的公共空间，共同展现出Hello Wood在模糊公共与私人区域界限方面的一贯风格。先进的预制技术使其能够在未来作为环保型的小屋模块使用。
▼巨大的玻璃窗为之引入了周围乡村的壮观景色，huge glass windows offer magnificent views of the surrounding countryside
▼预制木板建造而成的体量，the cabin was built using pre-fabricated, made-to-measure wooden panels
The Grand Cabin Club compensates for some of the downsides of classical forms. It was built using pre-fabricated, made-to-measure wooden panels by Berger Houses and its huge glass windows offer magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. The cabin can comfortably accommodate eight people, but as many as twenty people could fit inside for a party. This was made possible because the builders did not separate the central space with walls or floors. What’s more, the two bedrooms and the bathroom are in ‘boxes’ which are accessible from inside but actually joined on to the outside of the cabin. These sleeping boxes, which open on to the interior of the cabin, and the large common space evoke one of the critical aspects of the Hello Wood camps – the blurring of boundaries between community and private areas.Users will be able to make use of similar environmentally-friendly cabins in the future thanks to the technology behind this contemporary Hungarian pre-fabricated house.
Ziggurat Delivery by ZarCola
团队负责人|Team leaders: Edoardo Giancola, Federico Zarattini
团队成员|Team: Martin Kral, Amy Hickery, Jagoda Borkowska, Barış Doğa Çam, Kartikai Majithia, Šárka Malošíková, Nikolaj Srdić Kranjc, Asli Candan, Linda Sze-To, Karoline Marken Smenes, Eda Ünal, Didem Güneş Yilmaz, Zoltán Sóvári
▼建筑由两个独立的体量构成，the cabin was made up of two separate, portable container-sized units
The team had two essential considerations in mind when designing and building the Ziggurat Delivery cabin. Firstly, it needed to be a portable multi-storey building, so it is made up of two separate, portable container-sized units. Secondly, those living in the cabin, which is made from wood and Airium, a mineral thermal insulation material reminiscent of foam concrete and produced by the LafargeHolcim Group, should come into contact with the surrounding natural environment as much as possible, and their everyday lives should be closely linked to seasonal changes. For this reason, the house is fitted with large windows and the area on the ground floor for communal activities, such as cooking, is deliberately tiny to encourage people to carry out their daily chores and activities outside when the weather is nice. Ladders are used to access the upper floor, which is supported by wooden beams, and the bedroom, which has space for two beds. This is a more closed-off, private space than the ground floor and gives people the chance to relax and spend time alone. In cold weather, the warmth from the chimney at the centre of the upper level will heat the entire space.
设计者：AU Workshop + Marton Low
Project Hello Wool (woolhouse) by AU Workshop + Marton Low
团队负责人|Team leaders: Lukács Szederkényi, Dénes Emil Ghyczy, Marton Low
团队成员|Team: Dóra Riederauer, Márk Winkler, Alžběta Brůhová, Harriet Dyke, Lenneke Slangen, Tina Peirlinck
▼小屋内外均以羊毛包覆，this cabin is both clad and insulated with wool
This cabin, which is both clad and insulated with wool, is specially designed for use by one person – a space for getting away from it all and getting lost in your thoughts. With positions for sitting and lying down facing one another, it is reminiscent of a psychotherapist’s room and cabin users can either take the place of the person asking questions or that of the one providing the answers, depending on whether they would prefer to think in silence or voice their problems.
Project vertical cabin by H3Tarchitekti
团队负责人|Team leaders: Karel Harazim, TomášMadro, Marek Barjak
团队成员|Team: Michaela Vatraľová, Lauren Fashokun, Danny Martin, Chloe Jakharia, Carl Harris, Karolina Lazar, Josef Vild, Maria Walker, Katie Hay, Lesley Cheung, Moldovan Bianca-Claudia, Sabrah Islam
▼小屋的侧面装有轮子，使其可以自由移动，wheels have been fitted to one side of this vertical cabin, making it highly portable
Wheels have been fitted to one side of this vertical cabin, making it highly portable and therefore allowing users to set it up wherever they like. However, the wheels are not fitted to the bottom of the cabin, but to the longest side, so it must be placed in a horizontal position before it is transported to the desired location. The cabin was initially put together in a horizontal position, and although the light wooden structure can be moved into vertical position using human force and ropes, the roof is heavy and must be fitted on to the building by crane.
Project Treehouse, by frundgallina
团队负责人|Team leaders: Pascal Deschenaux, Aziz Temel, Francesco Borghini
团队成员|Team: Maria Victoria Gracia, Miranda Rigby, Kam Lai Man, Nguyen Hoang Minh, Jack Bowen, Igor Nesterov, Katarina Martonakova, Hugh Gibbs, Evgeny Makarenko, Nanu Youttananukorn, Anna Varga-Kardos, Karolina Krzyzanowska, Alice Kim, Laia Bramona Collet, Fruzsina Karig
The Treehouse is a haven and functions almost like a lighthouse for lost travellers. People inside can put a light on the roof of the wood-panelled cabin to signal to travellers that they are more than welcome to visit. Although the building is open on the ground floor, the upper sections, which are accessed by a ladder, are completely closed off. It is there that weary travellers can find solitude, put their head down and escape the noise, cold, wind and other extreme weather outside. In the closed-off upper part, there are three hammock-style sleeping spaces on top of one another which are perfect for rest and relaxation.
▼树屋如一座灯塔般为旅人指引着方向，the Treehouse is a haven and functions almost like a lighthouse for lost travellers
Cabin modules by iR arquitectura
团队负责人|Team leaders: Fermin Indavere, Tommaso Polli
团队成员|Team: Leo Hollmann, Magdi Khalil, Bartek Grzesznik, Yuliia Zalomaikina, Motong Yang, Katie van Dorssen, Henry Brook,Spanelli Efterpi Konstantina, Adrienn Sasvári, Mirna Grubisic, Christian Swallow, Polina Bouli, Emanuel Sanchez Pinela, Máté Nagy
▼一个借助太阳能运行的被动式房屋， a passive house which operates using solar energy
▼房屋中央的公共空间由透明的聚碳酸酯屋顶板覆盖，the communal area in the middle is covered by a transparent polycarbonate roof
This cabin is a passive house which operates using solar energy. The builders were inspired by the Plug-In Social project in Argentina. Plug-in Social used simple solar panels to supply hot water to impoverished communities in the suburbs of Buenos Aires. According to plans, green energy will also be used inside the Hello Wood cabin. Heating, for example, will be supplied via a Trombe wall which absorbs and stores the heat from the sunlight and then lets it into the living area through air vents. Solar energy can also be used for cooking in the ‘solar kitchen’, where Fresnel lenses help collect the heat from the sun’s rays. The communal area in the middle is covered by a transparent polycarbonate roof, under which plants could even be grown, like in a greenhouse.
设计者：Josep Garriga + OfficeShophouse
I am a monument by Josep Garriga + OfficeShophouse
团队负责人|Team leaders: Josep Garriga, Patxi Martin, Natalia Vera Vigaray
团队成员|Team: Aloutsanidis Vasilis, Lance Macadangdang, Rogier Tamminga, Hena Wang, Darya Moatazed-Keivani, Berta Ballestin, Lara Gonzalez, Pyeori JUng, Charlotte Cocking, Zhao Zhou, Fábián Villányi, Ruairidh Murdock, Gabrielle Sanchez
The name ‘I am a monument’ was chosen to honour the previous builders’ efforts. This year, a roof and an upper floor with side walls have been built on to the existing stilts. The cabin extends upwards and is designed to ensure that at ground level it interferes as little as possible with nature and that it leaves as few traces as possible. At the same time, it tries to give users as many opportunities as possible to get close to nature. While the upper floor offers a more private, protected space suitable for rest and relaxation, the ground floor is open, and daily chores can even be carried out in the open air. Last but not least, there are magnificent views from the roof. Those who climb to the top will be able to enjoy and take in a stunning panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.
▼小屋从地面上升起，为的是尽可能地减少对地面环境的干扰，the cabin extends upwards and is designed to ensure that at ground level it interferes as little as possible with nature
Hello Wood team:
Péter Pozsár curator of Cabin Fever and co-founder of Hello Wood (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design), Orsi Janota project leader, Head of the Hello Wood Education Division, Fruzsi Karig architect, co-curator of Cabin Fever, András Huszár, Dávid Ráday co-founders of Hello Wood, Gergely Lukács Szőke graphic designer, Niki Lakatos, Anita Farkas project managers, Andi Cselovszki project coordinator, Péter Pé Szabó and Máté Nagy architectural coordinators, Niki Papp logistics
Main sponsors: JAF Holz, Hungarian Tourism Agency
Key sponsors: Egger, Knauf, Layher, Leier, LafargeHolcim, Remmers, Berger Houses
Sponsors: Danube Truck, Mapei, Makita, Asahi, Fundermax, Krinner, NKA, Rothoblaas
Design furnishings and objects by RisoPlant, FABATKA, Susu kerámia, Rebu Ceramics, Ykra, Kezemura,Hannabi, CODOLAGNI DESIGN, Filip, Kele Sára, YOZA, Studio Nomad, Position Collective, MultiFelt Factory, Paper Up, Blum&Wolf, Komonka Textile, Urbánfy Éva, Ambrus Ági Textildesign