The internship that took place in Olso, Norway and lasted a month presented an opportunity to learn about timber frame techniques by putting together a cabin or reading nest.
It takes the shape of a small cabin at the end of the garden and is destined to host only one person in need of isolation to read or work. It therefore comprises a desk and a bed. The overhanging bed gives reason to the module’s lightness.
The time spent on site allowed us to understand how a small-scaled project can see the light of day and grasp the time required for it to be completed. It also allowed us to discover new tools and to become acquainted with the means implemented in the process of building a timber frame, as well as with the problems encountered both in relation with the site and with the completion of the project.