每平2000来块的聚碳酸酯房屋,让你不再做房奴

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http://inhabitat.com
所在国家:
智利 
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【介绍】


新型住房,每平米365美元


对于刚踏入职场的年轻人来说,在繁华喧嚣的大都市寻得一处居所,负担之大可想而知。想要少花钱就意味着低舒适度。但在建筑科技日新月异的今天,利用聚碳酸酯同样可以建造便宜又舒服的住房。著名设计师Alejandro Soffia只用每平方米365美元的价格,就在智利的海边小镇建造了一栋住房,建筑材料为新型的聚碳酸酯面板。


造价低,外观美丽,这就是聚碳酸酯住房的主打标签。Soffia的新建材住房的建造经验可谓丰富,无论是之前的预制式房屋还是现在的聚碳酸酯面板住房,都是在新科技的基础下建造而成,造价低廉,质量上乘。这一次的项目不同于需要过多工业准备的预制式房屋,根据智利特殊多地震的地理环境,聚碳酸酯面板更具稳定性。


建造过程中,Soffia还要应对住房光线的挑战,因为之前一间九平米的小屋恰恰阻挡了光线。Soffia在小屋的两侧分别安装了透明的聚碳酸酯面板,自然而然地引入阳光。面板轻柔的颜色有效地反射阳光,形成一种开阔的感觉。


【原文】


Affordable Polycarbonate Cabin is a light-filled vacation home in Chile


Most affordable homes sacrifice looks and quality for cost, but that’s not the case for this Chilean vacation home. Architect Alejandro Soffia' beautiful compact Polycarbonate Cabin was created on a tight budget of just $365 USD per square meter. Built with exposed, untreated wood and polycarbonate panels, the light-filled “low-tech” home is a cozy escape in the seaside town of Guanaqueros.


Known for his specialization in low cost yet beautiful design, Soffia has experimented with various cost-saving building techniques, including prefabricated design as seen in his SIP Panel House in Santo Domingo, Chile. With the Polycarbonate Cabin, however, the architect stepped away from prefabricated design. “[P]refabrication techniques require some industrial processes, related to commercial markets, that have a limit if you want to go down on the building cost,” said Soffia. “So then I tried working on ‘low tech’ design. In a country like Chile, you usually find precarious contexts were buildings rise. So is easy then to get in touch with local precarious techniques and workforce.”


He applied his “low-tech” approach to the Polycarbonate Cabin and, working with a local carpenter, used local building techniques and materials to minimize costs. Aside from a tight budget, Soffia also faced the challenge of a small and shaded site due to the placement of the built house and a pre-existing 9-square-meter room. To solve this challenge, he built the pre-existing room out into a sun-soaked patio and then added extensions on either side of the room with translucent polycarbonate panels that let in natural light. Light-colored wood surfaces within the home reflect light and add to a sense of spaciousness. The client rents out the cabin as a rental vacation home to visitors.
 

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