Den Haag

Den Haag
Written by Wouter Klijn

garden shed


Fertigstellung:2004 Bauweise:load-bearing straw construction with straw bale on edge Entwurf & Planung:Rene Dalmeijer Besichtigung:Nein Pressebilder:Nein
Wohnnutzfläche:10m2 U-Wert (Wand):W/m2K U-Wert (Dach):W/m2K Kategorien: Projects Netherlands,

This garden shed is Rene Dalmeijer’s first professional straw construction project. Construction took place mainly during a workshop in spring 2004 with, among others, the Dutch straw-building pioneers Jan Steenks and Martin Oehlmann. The house was commissioned by Maria den Hertog, who no longer lives there, to have a bedroom in the garden with a skylight with a view of the sky. It has a green roof and many recycled materials such as the doors, wooden floor and a small tilting window in the right side wall. The straw bale walls are stacked on their side and are load-bearing, both the inside and outside are finished with earth. The garden shed is located in an area that is part of a monumental cityscape and requires a permit. Obtaining the permit did not pose any problems due to the cooperative cooperation with the construction and housing supervision official.

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Wouter Klijn