Modern Surf Hotel in Sylt - Exterior
We strive to design and build vernacular architecture that is deeply rooted in the local tradition and constructed by skilled local craftsmen.
In our Sylt project, we aim to merge traditional elements of the region's architecture with a contemporary approach.
To do this, we plan to incorporate two distinctive features of the Sylt region: thatched roofs and brick masonry walls. The use of these elements will not only pay recognition to the rich history and cultural heritage of the area, but also provide a sense of authenticity and uniqueness to the structure.
Additionally, we hope to incorporate energy-efficient and sustainable design principles into the project. This could include the use of materials with a low environmental impact, such as locally sourced and recycled materials, as well as the incorporation of renewable energy sources.
By combining traditional aesthetics with modern design practices, we believe we can create a structure that is both visually striking and responsive to the needs of the present and future.
Ultimately, our goal is to create a building that seamlessly integrates into its surroundings, enhancing the beauty and character of the Sylt region for generations to come.
In our design process for the Sylt project, as usual, we decided to use a mood board as inspiration to help guide our decision-making and ensure that all elements of the design are cohesive and aligned with the desired aesthetic.
By compiling images, textures, and other visual elements that reflect the desired mood and atmosphere, we can better understand the direction we want to take with the design and ensure that it accurately reflects our vision.
Using a mood board also allows us to easily share our ideas with our team and stakeholders, providing a clear reference point for discussion and feedback. Overall, we believe that incorporating a mood board into our design process will help us to create a cohesive and harmonious final product.