Honka Ink, a modern interpretation of a log house, charms with its ruggedness
Honka Ink, painted in black and constructed of non-settling FXL logs, is a modern, small, two-storey detached house, designed and built respecting the surrounding environment. This high building makes use of the Nollanurkka log joint technique, which gives the house a modern finishing touch. The modern decor is designed in collaboration with the family that commissioned the construction project.
“Some people still think that logs have become obsolete as a building material. We wanted to prove that this thinking is wrong by creating a modern and light home which reflects the spirit of the time. The decor was created in collaboration with the family that commissioned the construction. The alternation of logs, micro concrete and painted surfaces lends the home a modern atmosphere,” says Johanna Kivilahti, interior designer of the Honka Ink building.
Honka Ankkuri – traditional family life in a home of dreams
Honka Ankkuri, an imposing building, will serve far into the future as a home base of the sporty family of four that will move into it. The inhabitants of this light and spacious building enjoy spending time in nature, valuing an ecological and sustainable lifestyle in a homely environment. The Honka Ankkuri building is also built of non-settling FXL logs. An outlook tower offering views in all directions tops off this multifaceted building.