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  1. 1. LITERATURE STUDY ON LEISURE HOUSE By ACE10UARO21 II Sem
  2. 2. CONTENT SHELL HOUSE : CARIBBEAN Wingspread FENNELL PARADISE: CONCH RESIDENCE SHELL HOUSETHE RIVER ROAD CHARCOAL HOUSE
  3. 3. SHELL HOUSE : FENNELL RESIDENCE Fennel residenceThe Fennell residence, as a floating house, is located in Portland, Oregon. presented a unique opportunityfor design. The imaginative use of curved glue lam beams evoke the poetry of the ripples and contours of ariver. The expansive glass facade embraces the river and frames the sunset, and one accesses the deck viaan expansive sliding glass door. A master bedroom sits over a study and looks out over the living diningarea and out to the river beyond. The curvilinear forms create special differentiation that enhance theexperience of time as light plays through the daily and seasonal changes. Very unique design is made by an architect named Robert Harvey Oshatz this house almost 90% pure made of wood, if we look at houses This from the front shaped like a drop of water curved glass accent placement is dominating the front of this unique house, but if you see the future we will see incredible shape, elevation which resembles a stack of strange shapes from pieces of shell pieces made from wood , and if we look into this house Side view warm and comfortable impression that radiates from all theinterior is made of wood will feel very, very strong impression that homey feel when we went intothe house unique is the work of Shell House There’s something so romantic about living waterside. site Waking up to a dramatic view, whether from the banks of a lake, ocean, river, or even a tiny brook, always seems to have a soothing effect on the soul. One way to amp up the romance is to take the dwelling off the shore and put it right plan onto the water, as Portland, Oregon-based architect Robert Oshatz did for his clients. The professional couple, which spends most of their time in downtown Portland, had purchased a mooring on the east side of the Willamette River, an active commercial and recreational body of water. They turned to Oshatz, known for his curvaceous, swooping architecture, to create a floating house as their weekend and summer retreat…. There’s something so romantic about living waterside. Waking up to a dramatic view, whether from the banks of a lake, ocean, river, or even a tiny brook, always seems to have a soothing effect on the soul. One way to amp up the romance is to take the dwelling off the shore and put it right onto the water, as Portland, Oregon-based architect Robert Oshatz did for his clients. The professional couple, which spends
  4. 4. most of their time in downtown Portland, had purchased a mooring on the east side of the Willamette River, an active commercial and recreational body of water. They turned to Oshatz, known for his curvaceous, swooping architecture, to create a floating house as their weekend and summer retreat. The couple was familiar with Oshatz’s work, so they knew their house would be one of a kind. For this house, in addition to addressing the programmatic requirements, Oshatz had the challenge of building a house that was sturdy yet Corner In able to float, and he had to deal with the fact that active construction on the Willamette is prohibited (the home had to bebuilt on the connected Columbia River, then pulled by barge to its mooring onthe Willamette). Also, moorings on either side were less than 10 feet away,the house had to provide privacy despite the close proximity to neighborsThe clients are fans of loft-style living, and needed no more than a masterbedroom, a study, guest bed and bath, and kitchen and living areas. With the floor plan and program in place, Oshatz found inspiration in theripples of the river, and used Douglas fir glulam (glue laminated timber)beams to form the house’s curving arcs. Cedar shingles clad the eastern, Master Bedroom northern, and southern exposures, while the western side opens up to the river with floor- Living Room to-ceiling glass sliding doors with curved glass windows above. The resulting interior gives the feeling of being inside a seashell. The kitchen, open living room with fireplace, and guest bedroom are all on the “ground” floor, with a stairway leading up to the master-bedroom loft space. Built-in cabinets and storage elements (of American cherry) keep furniture to a minimum, while Brazilian cherry floors and stairs contribute to the house’s warm atmosphere. The deck is mahogany, while the roof and ceiling beams are Douglas fir. Living room to dining Stainless-steel stair railings contrast with the wood inside, while copper shingles provide the contrast on curved, vaulted areas on the exterior of house.For Oshatz, creating a home that floats was just one of the project’s challenges. To make the house buoyantyet stable, Oshatz created a 34 by 80-foot float made up of Douglas fir logs. Steel I-beams were then placedcrosswise, set 6.5 feet on center, because that was the spacing Oshatz decided on for the curved glulambeams. But all experiences are worth having, and Oshatz says he’s lucky enough to be able to visit the house Bedroom closetoften.
  5. 5. Shell house CARIBBEAN PARADISE:CONCH SHELL HOUSE This Conch Shell House is located in Island of Isla Mujeres, Mexico Architect: Octavio Ocampo with 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, 5500 sq. ft. , 2 Bathrooms, 1 Half Bath, near the ocean, swimming pool, The Conch Shell Hose is said to be the most outstanding and original house in the island of Isla Mujeres. Surrounded by Caribbean Ocean (180 degrees of Side view ocean views from the windows) it gives you an unique opportunity to experience what it’s like living in a Sea Shell. The conch shell house was built using a fairly traditional foundation, such as concrete, as well as recycled and found materials. The owner of the house Octavio Ocampo is a well known artist, whose brother Eduardo is an architect (he also has a house on that island, but a more traditional). •The Conch Shell House was built using a fairy traditional material, such as concrete, as well as recycled and found materials. The interior of house is also remind a sea shell. Living room is pretty unusual because it has no corner – it’s round. In decoration of the house were used a lot of Eating area half bath seashells and items found on the local beach. The and staircase Living roomupstairs bathroom sink is made out of the base of a conch shell, the faucetsare made out of coral. The upstairs bathroom Ocean view Bathroom detail sink is made out of Bedroom Bathroom the base of a conch shell, the faucets are made out of coral, the towel racks are made from conch shells and other seashells and items found on the local beach. Shell House Night Rear view Pool Pool and Ocean
  6. 6. The Architect of wingspread is Frank Lloyd Wright located in Wind Point, Wisconsin and Dated 1937 which belongs to the Building Type largehouse and has an environment of temperate climate with Style neo-Verncular. Fourteen thousand square feet of floor space. A lot of moderntrack homes seem to be headed in that direction. Wingspread,” on the outskirts of Racine, Wisconsin. The year before he built their renown Exterior view cooperate headquarters in central Racine. It is a “zone” plan. Areas of the house are separate zones, or wings. Wingspread has four wings. One for Master Bedrooms, the second for the children’s rooms, a third for guests, the fourth for service and servants. As floor plan indicates where all four wings join together is called The Great Hall. Wright liked to call it the Wigwam. It is the living room. The tall central roof is punctuated neatly with Library stacked rows and layers of skylights. Almost like banks of sitting area, movie set lights. The play of light in a Wright structure is always plan looking remarkable. toward the A massive tall chimney structure divides the Wigwam into four Main Living room with fireplace areas. Entrance, living room proper, library, and dining room. The Terrace above photo is looking from the library to the dining area. The Wigwam’s towering vertical brick hub contains 5 fireplaces on 4 sides including one for an upper level All his design. “(Wingspread) has the best brickwork I have seen in my life, and the materials of construction and the workmanship throughout are everywhere substantial”
  7. 7. This is the 5th fireplace of the Wigwam, up on the second level. Maybe more appropriate to call it a forest-fire Fireplaceplace. Actually the tall log idea didn’t work. The logs fall out too easily.The spiral staircase is a fun and adventurous touch. The spiral staircaseleads to a delightful l lookout or crow’s nest on the roof. Indeed thechildren did greatly enjoy this feature. staircase The spiral staircase top flight. Open ribs of the interior staircase enclosure are repeated above the roof. A skin of glass connects the ribs for a weather Living room tight transparent shelter. The tile roof tops and swimming pool below. Wright describes the Master Bedroom wing as a luxurious mezzanine with a continuous balcony. The extreme cantilever is synonymous with Frank Lloyd Wright. The weathered wood exterior is wide plank cypress. The bricks are from batches also used. Those are wild grapevines on allthe trellises, pergolas and cantilevered overheads. Wright used Master bedroom winglandscaping to tone down the sheer volume and mass of the structure.Under this pergola yet another massive fireplace for evenings outdoors. The garden. Note the vine supports. Wright employed the same use of ordinary galvanized pipe painted his “Cherokee Red” for his own home, Taliesin, in Spring Green, also in Wisconsin. Today Wingspread no longer serves as a private residence. In short Wingspread is a conference center and a living Wright/Johnson Family Garden museum open for tours. Great Hall ceiling Music room with fireplace Bedroom-Exterior Pergola and planter detail
  8. 8. THE RIVER ROAD The architect of this house is Hughes Umbanhowar which is located in Sewall’s Point, Florida.. Which has area of 12,300-square foot house, is a complex composition, reminiscent of the canvases of Georges Braque, in which geometric forms appear and disappear in a constant dance of illusion and materiality. The house comprises a series of distinct, yet Exterior view interlocking rectilinear volumes conjoined by a Plan transparent longitudinal axis. Positive volumes arebalanced a top negative creating a heightened tension and intrigue. A glass-skinnedthroughway connects and distinguishes the two dominant volumes, or towers, capturing lightand adding to the sense of interior capaciousness. Exterior glass, limestone, stucco andmahogany outline, augment and anchor what otherwise might be a cacophony of disparateforms. Whether allegro, andante or largo, the varied rhythms of the internal structure are adroitly composed.. Denizens move with leisure or efficiency, depending on need and mood. Interior spaces are carefully orchestrated to conceal and reveal dramatic views to the water. Surprise and delight are amplified by skillful interior and exterior framing. In the same way, the arrangement of program and use moves inhabitants through a logical gradient from public to private space, from activity to slumber, from conviviality tointrospection. At either end of the longitudinal axis that connects the two domesticpartitions, separate stairways enhance circulation and provide discrete access to thethree-storied parapets The gracious interior is highlighted by the use of Living room Mahogany, Minnesota Limestone, and plaster finishes. with staircase Afternoon sun is mitigated by aluminum louvers and astute structural arrangement. The bulthaup kitchen is enhanced by a sliding window wall which opens to an exterior Interior courtyard, further collapsing the distinction Bathroom Bedroom between exterior and interior space, and thereby underscoring the sense of spontaneous yet calculated arrangement.
  9. 9. CHARCOAL HOUSE The Architect of this house is Reza Aliabadi which is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada of area about 2,100 sq. ft. Charcoal House, situated in Pape and Danforth neighborhood in Toronto, Ontario, is deceivingly presenting a raucous box. The randomly patterned square windows on its facade and the hidden entrance entrance door at the corner of the building are elements that not only make it difficult difficult to associate the building, but they also trick the eye to an extend where the scale of the house is storted and one might not be able to guess the number of floors inside Although the monolithic facade, the black brick , states an asperous architectFront view architecture, the airy spaces within the black box reveals the true identity of its functional spaces. The house as the architect describes, resembles a “coconut” which is dark and hard on the outside, white and delicious on the inside. Interior While it’s successful attempts to minimize physical connection to the front street creates a bizarre solitude for the such as the front door, which is carefully hidden inside an exterior corridor and melts into the facade around the corner of the building- this wood-framed single-family house of about 2,100 square feet suddenly transforms into a dynamic living space with a careful attention to openings and natural lights in each room, and once again Deceive one’s immediate impression Kitchen of disengagement from the. outside by creating unexpected and glorious openings to the outside. The Charcoal House sits on a small lot with a narrow Living room plan. It is not a spacious house to live in, but an avant- garde mind that seeks an alternative living space is perhaps looking for a change in effects. A modern house is about a modern living style, and the Charcoal House is an attempt to provide that chance for Torontonians.

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