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A Sense of Calmness in A Minimalist Finland Home - Decoholic.
Interior design ideas. 1 floor Finnish home plan.
The advantages of Finnish (frame) houses are that they have unusual architecture and naturally look in harmony with nature. Such houses are reliable, keep warm well, so interest in them has been growing for a long time. The competent combination of antiquity and the latest technology attracts builders and users all over the world. It is not surprising that Finland is considered the leading country in the construction of frame houses. The main materials used in construction are logs and beams. Each house built of wood is unique and unlike the others.
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Finnish houses are considered environmentally friendly, which is why they have so many supporters. Every person strives to live in a place that would also have a positive effect on his physical condition. If you use natural materials in the construction of a house, and not brickwork or concrete, a high degree of environmental friendliness and accessibility of the construction itself is achieved. In addition, the time spent on building a house and choosing materials is significantly reduced.
For the construction of a house, you can choose absolutely any project you like, the tree does not limit its possibilities at all. Finnish houses are usually built with one storey. The advantages of a one-story house are that the laying of various communications takes much less time and the resources consumed for heating the house in the cold season are reduced. In addition, when choosing a one-story construction, you do not need to build a staircase connecting the floors. Due to the absence of a staircase, you can save a fairly large area and adapt the space for more necessary interior details. Do not forget that staircases in homes are a source of injury for the elderly and children. The fewer unnecessary items in the interior, the more harmonious it looks.
Wooden houses are perfectly oxygen-permeable, so in such a house it never gets stuffy, sleeps well and breathes easily. No wonder they say that Finnish houses "breathe". Such advantages deserve special attention in the current environment.
The Finnish house is designed in a rectangular shape with load-bearing walls. Those walk along the outer perimeter of the building. This design excludes the use of bulky walls, which only add additional load to the foundation. This lightweight design reduces heat loss, making the home energy efficient.
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