*모듈형 주택, 학생기숙사 WilkinsonEyre completes modular student housing for Dyson Institute

모듈형 주택, 학생들을 위한 기숙사 공간으로 적용. 유닛당 32m2의 크기로 현재 주거시장에서 통용되는 작은 원룸의 크기.

WilkinsonEyre has created "unique student residencies with identity" from prefabricated timber pods at the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology in Wiltshire, England.


Located at the Malmesbury Campus, the modular village provides accommodation for undergraduate students and visiting staff at the institute, which was founded by James Dyson.

WilkinsonEyre  designed the pods, which are arranged in clusters, from cross-laminated timber (CLT) as it is sustainable and can be rapidly assembled on-site.


"We chose to explore modular construction in student housing to create unique student residencies with identity," said WilkinsonEyre director Yasmin Al-Ani Spence.

"Modular CLT pods were chosen to push the boundaries of the existing typology. CLT is a naturally highly sustainable material with strong structural qualities, making it an unrivalled choice for the project," she told Dezeen.

"We wanted to demonstrate the beauty of modular construction when designed and delivered to the highest quality."

Each 32 square-metre-unit was manufactured off-site, before being delivered to the campus and craned into its current position – combined with up to five other pods in a staggered arrangement.

While creating an informal residential character similar to a village, this layout also ensures the housing slots in with the landscape that is characterised by a raised bank.


from dezeen

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