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When you’re living in a small and cozy space like this one, it’s important to customize it as much as possible. This is a once in a kind home, a space where every guest that came here as a couple, a where everyone feels welcome and where the guests feel comfortable even in a very small apartment. This is the exact home that John Wardle Architects designed for one of their clients. The size of the house and the location were very important for all the clients. This is a space that was designed by Bayou Tiny Homes. It sits in a quiet and historic neighborhood, in a historic district. It’s where this building sits after being restored.
This 24 room structure used to be an old caviar boiler boiler factory. It was no longer needed and it became unused. The old materials were being reused and used in various different projects. For example, the old concrete walls were taken down and a remodel of the main volume was done. The exterior walls were covered with timber decking. This gives the house a rustic look and, because it’s not traditional, simplicity is also a key element. The timber decking also has a second function, serving a decorative purpose for the tall walls.
The tall walls were covered with local European Pine timber. This gives the house a modest and simple look and allows it to more easily blend in with the surroundings. The timber comes from Douglass’s Bay where there are five wooded yards. Another interesting detail about this house is the fact that it’s energy-efficient. To climate homes in the past, the winters might seem like very long, cold and dark nights. They mark the years when the family is without a night, in need of a bed or service, and there is usually a breeze in the air during those cold winter nights.To make the atmosphere less cold and austere, the house was built with sustainable materials. The timber used to build has been used in big posts, beams and support elements. All the timber was beautifully finished.
The color, the texture and the finishes form a contrast that strengthens the idea of balance, perfection and harmony.The modern renovation let the house benefit from the new additions. New additions are pale and soft, being supported by naturally fallen logs. The roofing structure was made of western red cedar. When building the new house, the installation was built into a steep area so the natural aging of the timber was not surprising.