Naust Paa Aure is a waterfront cabin projects by a studio from Norway, TYIN tegnestue Architects in Aure coast, More og Romsdal county, Norway. The architect spent about $45,000 for renovating this boathouse into a summer holiday house in January 2011 that is originally built in eighteenth century as a house for fishing which was the original traditional cultures. Re-use materials complete this house that stand above the unbelievable slope landscape that contains of coast stones and corals.
Old wooden cladding construct mostly of this house. This small single story waterfront cabin plans has a terrace outside that also could be a deck for fishing and sitting at the edge with rock hill cover it of the winds that blow from the oceans. Concrete base this house that could be seen at the side of the terrace that complete its old wooden bench with a long wooden table for an outdoor dining space that harmoniously decorate the old wooden cladding floor.
This house applies unique door systems of the wavy iron sheet wall beside the deck. When these rusty walls with white cover and lighting at the edge inside open, these walls are changed into canopy that cover the half side of the terrace and result an open living with outdoor living concept. The old wooden poles as the open wall frames obscure the inside and outside spaces that both of them use the same wooden cladding floor.
Rectangular shape with prism roof and white wooden frames construct this building with old wooden cladding wall. Old re-use wooden frame glass windows from near farmhouse complete the wall and ceiling of this house as the natural lighting source to inside the building with hanging fireplace in front of the windows.
This windowed wall stands on a row of stones that also as the interior decoration besides wooden seats on the other side wall with wooden logs and many utilities below. This kind of house has simple and traditional waterfront home styles for a escaping a stressful daily living to a modest holiday.
Image By : TYIN tegnestue Architects