TILA Housing, Konceptmodell

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Index: 2022-01C
Title: TILA Housing, Konceptmodell
Other Titles: TILA Housing, Concept model
Architect: Ilonen, Pia
Mauno, Tommi
Mannevaara, Mari
Tuomist, Riitta
Vikström, Sami
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Type of building: Bostad
Build Year: 2011
Abstract: A case study house questioning high-rise building blocks and the lack of adaptability to changing living situations within a building. Pia is reexamining norms and standards and conventional architectural practice by creating in an open building and DIY philosophy. One aim was to create loft-living with “maximum space and minimum cost” Tila consists of 39 flats which were equipped with the bare minimum: a bathroom. ILO architects created the frame and the infill was made by the residents, something Pia describes as different chapters in the process. The infill is adaptable to future changes of the residences living situation. The intention of the house was to make it possible for the users to change the plan according to changing lifestyles and life stages. Thus Pia raises the question of how adjustable a plan really is with time.
References / Literature: https://www.architonic.com/en/project/talli-architecture-and-design-tila-housing/5103963
Model type: Koncept
Scale: No scale
Model builder(s): Lundqvist Berle, Malou
Schwarztrauber, Fenja
Johansson, Tomas
Al-Azzawe, Shams
Wink, Alice
Material / technology: Plywood, metal extrusions, CNC-moulded plywood
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Chalmers tekniska högskola // Institutionen för arkitektur och samhällsbyggnadsteknik
Chalmers University of Technology / Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12380/304512
Collection:Nya modeller // New models



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