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rear of the building, the lower parts of the walls have a smooth cladding of waterproof-glued plywood sheeting which serves as protection against drifting snow.

In the sitting room 100 +100 = 200 mm thermal insulation is laid between the floor joists. These joists support 100 x 50 mm members at 400 mm centres, between which there is a further layer of 70-mm-thick insulation. Therefore, the total thickness of insulation is 270 mm. A vapour barrier is placed over this construction followed by the floor surface itself made of 70 x 28 mm floorboards. Below the joists is a layer of 13 mm chipboard covered by 100 x 22 mm fir planks. In the sauna and shower rooms, a layer of impregnated 22 mm chipboard is laid on the floor joists and on top of this a vapour barrier. Here, the floor surface is formed by a 40-60-mm-thick concrete screed laid to falls, with wooden open-grid flooring on top. The rest of the construction is as for the sitting room.

The umbrella-type canopy over the patio is a real eye-catcher. A 250 mm diameter timber column, which also supports one corner of the timber patio, is provided with struts at the top in a fan formation, clipped to which is the square roof formed by Plexiglass strip sections from the "ICOPAL-Valovoima" system. The cantilever members, 95 x 45 mm members at roof level supported on 95 x 45 mm struts, are mortised and glued into the column. The struts are joined to the column at different levels.

3 | Isometric projection of space-generating elements.

1 Internal courtyards.

2 Study. 3 Bedroom.

4 Living room. 5 External carport. 6 Library gallery.

3 | Isometric projection of space-generating elements.

4 | Entrance to external carport.

5 | Living room looking towards the library gallery.

4 | Entrance to external carport.

5 | Living room looking towards the library gallery.

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