Bee Breeders have introduced the winners of the Iceland Northern Lighting fixtures Rooms festival, the place entrants have been tasked with designing a chain of visitor homes that framed the wonderful thing about the encompassing context. In keeping with the subtle panorama, Mývatn Lake in Iceland, the transient defined various restrictions. Those incorporated no everlasting development inside of 200m from the lake, and that every one visitor homes have been to be movable. Shared topics all over the entire a hit proposals have been explicit subject material experimentation, “distinct interplay with the website online and sky,” scalable design, irand cost-conscious answers.
First Position: IN.VISIBLE
Members: Kamila Szatanowska, Paulina Rogalska
The primary positioned design ‘ IN.VISIBLE’ creates “a chain of mirror-clad visitor homes of various sizes, movable and disbursed in regards to the website online”. The primary development is roofed in peat, a standard Icelandic development methodology, merging seamlessly into the panorama. Fantastically illustrated, the submission highlights the “design’s care to reduce website online disturbance,” whilst its buildability, innovation, and the way it used to be “well-suited to its location” all inspired the jury.
2nd Position: Bleikur
Members: Francois Bodlet
‘Bleikur’ makes use of Icelandic corrugated steel cladding in a collection of convincing drawings. The submission “adapts this regional cladding kind and proposes a chain of sail-shaped structures manufactured from steel and plywood”. Reacting to the elements patterns and colour of the sky, the cladding sits conveniently inside the context, and the curved bureaucracy emphasize the lateral and vertical perspectives of the panorama.
3rd Position: Northern Lighting fixtures
Members: Catarina Oom de Sousa, Carla Romagosa Girós, Eftalia Proios Torras
Receiving 3rd position, ‘Northern Lighting fixtures’ “include(s) an optimized central nucleus the place the amenities and personal areas are enclosed, permitting the circulate areas to open in opposition to the panorama”. The original light-weight proposal applied the different benefits of ETFE, the similar subject material used inside the Eden Mission, to create a particularly delicate and accountable scheme.
Scholar Prize: Marimo
Members: Magdalena Pająk (POLITECHNIKA ŚLĄSKA)
The coed winner is influenced by way of the Marimo – a singular plant that floats towards the outside of the lake as a way to seize daylight. Treating the homes in a similar fashion to a scorching air balloon, the speculative proposal surrounds the visitor space in an inflatable construction and has no cast foundations, mimicking the actions of the native plant.
BB Inexperienced Award: Of Crater and Fireside
Members: Chang Yuan Max Hsu, Hadeel Ayed Mohammad
Winner of the BB Inexperienced Award, ‘Of Crater and Fireside’ is about inside the panorama to create minimum disruption inside the context. The scheme being “conceived from the synthesis between pseudocraters and the normal Viking longhouse”.
Information by way of: Bee Breeders