Box Factory By Gerardo Sirolli and Julian Dulón - Architects
         

BoxFactory

By Gerardo Sirolli and Julian Dulón - Architects

The concept idea was to think about making home from a box ... made inside panels some bearing and other partitions with all appliances including ... based on the abstract paintings of Piet Mondrian decided by partitions of 1 m wide, 10cm thick and 2.60m tall asbtracto recreate that forest that the artist made in his paintings to funcionalizarlo and shape in a house ... that are constructed from modular rails on floor and ceiling at right direction and rotatable other directions by means of rotating elements that redirect the wheels and panels ...

They are divided into 4 types of panels:
1- Panels LVL-KERTO-Q-structural every 6.25 meters, the module is taken 2.50m to 1.25m sumendole axis and so always with the same module
2- Panels LVL-KERTO-T dividing rolled plates 3mm with hollow spaces for installations
3 -Floors Kerto-Ripa modular laminate beams KERTO-S LVL-beams each 1.25m lvl-KERTO-S 2.50m x 2.50m Modular 1.25m x 1.25m and respecting Project
The idea is that any form suits proposal because it is a modular system that grows patir apartment of 30m2, extending to 40m2, 50 m2 and so on at the discretion of the customer.
The customer can order a box with 16 panels until desired project from the location of the panels 24 panels according to project and once at home can freely perform according to your convenience

"A guitar made with wood of some forest tree some carries the sound of birds singing all around, of all rivers and streams ..de winds blew ... that's the true sound when I play a guitar ... the sound was already there" ... Atahualpa Yupanqui    

City Above the City architecture competition

Plan B : City Above the City architecture competition 
 

Metsä Wood challenged architects and students around the world to push the boundaries of modern wood building design in the urban environment. Entrants from 40 countries created their Plan B to urbanisation using wood (Kerto® LVL – laminated veneer lumber) as the main material. The task was to design a wooden extension to an existing urban building. The entries were designed to 69 cities worldwide.

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