Hansjörg Göritz + Kyra Wu
2018; pencil on trace
Privately owned and secluded in a forested coast overlooking the Baltic Sea, the Enso-Gutzeit Oy Country Club and Sauna (1951-1952) is an unassuming pair of buildings that represents Finnish vernacular architecture during the height of Alvar Aalto's career. The studio surveyed, documented, and modelled the site and its architecture to better understand the design approach within a protected native landscape.
site survey
site survey
elevation + tree mapping
elevation + tree mapping
4 quadrant rhino model;
​​​​​​​finalized digital topography
4-piece_physical model
sectional_mainhouse // sauna // landscape
SCALE 1:100 ; 980x2000x138mm
site_01 // plan
site_01 // plan
detail_01
detail_01
access_01
access_01
detail_02
detail_02
site_03
site_03
Primary drafting team: Madison Butler (BA), Marissa Deters (IA), Rachel Larson (BA), Billy Smith (BA)
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