Guess Plan B By Andrii Lesiuk , Natalia D. & Misha Kohut
         

Guess Plan B

​​By Andrii Lesiuk , Natalia D. & Misha Kohut (Guess line Architects)

 

The main idea of ​​the project is convenient and simple combination of modules through frame system. The frame of the building makes it easy to install the module, combining different schemes. The frame of the building and also most modules are made of wood from Kerto LVL (laminated veneer lumber), it gives stability and strength of our wooden elements. The modules are manufactured at the plant. The feature of our scheme is the ease in construction and optimal energy efficiency of the building. Location of the building: 22 Marsh Wall London.

The draft superstructure was decided to raise the project at 4 meters of the roof of an existing dwelling house and not for the destruction of air conditioning and other things, it allowed us to create a place for growing vegetables and recreation residents. Also in this building is the atrium that creates comfort for residents Building has 3 floors of 24 apartments of 8 apartments on the floor. On the roof of the building is situated window cleaning system which can be used as an auxiliary unit in building and installing modules or elements. For a comfortable stay in the atrium used sipes system that can be closed. The center atrium located storage cell and elevator.

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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