The new structure that envelops the existing building looks like a folded sheet of paper that allows the interior to open up to the natural surroundings. Lightweight and self-supporting, the wooden structure helps orientate the bar and eating areas toward the outside and guides views to the tall tree stalks, while allowing the possibility of changing the project in the future.
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The architects also refurbished the existing kitchen and eating area on the ground floor and formed a smoking area with a fireplace and small dining area. They partly removed the lateral outdoor terrace and replaced it with a white sand beach.
Photos by Steve Troes Fotodesign
Hi Lidija, I did by a piece of land inearby my house and my idea is to build myself a bar and restaurant place...would it be possible to have the blueprints of this lovely Origami place that you posted? pleeeease