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timber frame cabin DL


timber frame cabin DL


A contemporary timber frame cabin with a building area of 75 m2, designed for relaxation, remote work, and for living. Wide windows and intriguing facades create a fresh and dynamic overall image. The eternally fashionable wood sheathing, with its two contrasting colors, establishes an additional interplay of shapes and moods.



timber frame cabin

The sense of home envelops you as soon as you step onto the sheltered porch. It's a place where we can cook a meal on the grill and enjoy quality time with our family. Inside, a bright, open space seamlessly combines the kitchen and living room, complete with a lively fireplace. Additionally, there's a small dressing room and a sauna with a shower and WC.


timber frame cabin

The loft is accessed using a contemporary climbing ladder set against the backdrop of a large glass display case. Right at the forefront is a studio featuring a work desk within the roof dormer and a spacious lounge sofa. Further into the depth of the loft is an elegant master bedroom.


timber frame cabin

In the loft, the ceiling is deliberately truncated, forming a small horizontal plane to ensure ideal conditions for installing thermal insulation.


timber frame cabin


timber frame cabin

timber frame cabin framework


timber frame cabin

The foundation consists of a reinforced insulated concrete slab to which an impregnated base plate beam is anchored. The pivotal element in the construction is a closed truss made of combined profile beams (4)x45x90 mm, along with loft floor beams 90x240 mm.


timber frame cabin

The trusses are interconnected with girts, positioned and jammed at the center of the truss profiles. The construction is designed simple, using just shallow lap joints to guarantee the rigidity of each junction. All components are fastened to each other using wood screws.


timber frame cabin

Similar to the side walls, the end walls has a three-dimensional grid framework, enabling uniform filling of cellulose thermal insulation without creating cold bridges. Joists of dimensions 90x90 mm are designed for the loft floor.


timber frame cabin

Before installing the external wooden elements of the building, the frame is clad with wooden fiber panels wind insulation. Alternatively, a thin board decking with a diffusion membrane could be used here. The thermal insulation for the side walls, measuring 270 mm in thickness, meets even the highest requirements.


timber frame cabin

The wooden structure is completed with external girts, rafters, wind boards, and wooden gutters. The walls are sheathed with T&G boarding, mounted on air gap battens. The porch structure relies on impregnated wooden piles, with some extending up to the bottom roof girt. The top roof girt is directly fastened to the building structure.

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