State for­est man­age­ment wants a rec­og­niz­able appear­ance for all of its camp­sites that con­tributes to the iden­tity of the orga­ni­za­tion. FARO has been asked to design the camp­site build­ings and san­i­tary units. The recep­tion build­ing is dom­i­nated by a large expres­sive roof that can accom­mo­date a fire place, a check-​in machine and a table. The recep­tion building’s aim is to give the peo­ple at the camp­site an easy oppor­tu­nity to meet each other: chat­ting, drink­ing and exchang­ing sto­ries together around a camp­fire instead of pri­vate bar­be­cues. The san­i­tary build­ing is a more closed small build­ing that was build using a sus­tain­able energy concept.

The key of this sus­tain­able energy con­cept is in the heat­ing sys­tems and warm tap water sys­tems. Both build­ings are com­pletely recy­clable and are designed accord­ing to the require­ments of the GreenKey accred­i­ta­tion. FARO designed the energy con­cept and chose the mate­ri­als and fur­ni­ture together with Tre­codome and Bureau Buitenom. The sus­tain­able ele­ments are fully inte­grated into the design and are not rec­og­niz­able as such. The fur­ni­ture has been designed espe­cially for this project and is also inte­grated in the build­ing design. The main build­ing mate­r­ial is larch, har­vested from the National For­est Service’s own woods.

FARO Architecten Lisserbroek

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