An Architectural Marvel with Simple Natural Logs

A Natural, Livable Composition

 

Olgga Flag is a small structure designed by FLAK created from all natural logs seemingly stacked one on another, bringing the whole inhabitable structure to life.  One building is the main space, and the other is the bathroom.  Unique, innovative, and chic from all aspects, it’s actually quite livable despite being so compact.  Browse through these photos and see for yourself!

 

The flake house, a nomadic, road-gauged dwelling, has been conceived to clad the places wherever it lands, as to transpose theses in an unusual vision. A poetical shelter, a “folie”, that merges low-tech and hi-tech. The interior finish is smooth and stripped down as to contrast with the traditional look of the external log cladding.  Created in 2006 for the competition “Petites machines à habiter” held by the CAUE 72, OLGGA’ proposal for this nomadic wooden shelter is based on the concept of the folie.

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