christophe benichou — the architect behind ‘lumishell’, the shelled nut molded pre-assembled staying, and the vertigo-instigating ‘tip-box’ structure — has revealed his most recent idea: a thin house with dividers produced using logs. benichou says that he thought of the thought for the undertaking while at the same time climbing through aubrac, a remote locale of focal france. ‘in these huge fields where delicate inclines undulate to limitlessness, a heap of logs hinders the eye,’ the fashioner clarifies. ‘it’s an incredible divider in the scene; a bulwark, to puncture, to discharge the sight.’
suitably titled ‘the mass of logs’, the home is punctured with two windows that give clearing sees in the two bearings. these stupendous openings are bound by enduring steel outlines that mix with the timber façades. portrayed by christophe benichou as a ‘shelter in the logs’, the home contains a depressed living space, with a kitchen and parlor zone, and a raised room for two individuals. based on the renderings, the residence’s rooftop would likewise be open — maybe filling in as a perception deck to see the moving scene. see different ventures christophe benichou on designboom here.