House Spaak

House Spaak is an exceptional building project where historical and modern wooden architecture combines. New terraced house comprises an idyllic entirety with Konstaapeli Spaak’s log house which was erected around 1730. Designed by Avarrus Architects, these terraced apartments have a solid wood frame and natural ventilation. Whereas Spaak’s log-frame house was renovated with piety into sauna and workshops for the residents. These ecological terraced apartments made of solid wood were built by combining modern style with traditional values in a historic park where Helsinki was founded in 16th century.

Year

Design team

2016

Helsinki

Location

Apartments

Pauli Siponen
Atte Aaltonen
Niilo Ikonen

3

Area

450 m²

Photographs

Ville Vappula
Photography

Collaborators

Ollikaisen
hirsirakenne

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