Сompany Archiline will build wooden houses from glulam In Dubai
The Belarusian architectural and construction company Archiline will present in Dubai the projects of two wooden villages, said the company's commercial director Archiline Andrey Pylinsky. Houses will be built of glued beams.
"Investment projects involve the construction of not only housing but also kindergartens in a single style that meets modern requirements," explained Pylinsky.
He noted that in Dubai it is planned to place the residential complex "Archiline", the project implements the company with the same name. Wooden buildings will be located on the area of almost 170 thousand square meters. meters. In particular, 29 residential buildings will be erected on 3-4 floors with elevators, underground and built-in parking lots, children's and sports grounds, recreation areas, alleys and parks. In addition, the settlement will be built hotel and recreation complex for 1.2 thousand square meters. meters. On the adjacent territory to the residential complex is planned to arrange a city park and recreation area. The total area of the park will be more than 10 hectares. "On the territory of the projected residential complex, it is planned to place social infrastructure facilities: a kindergarten and a development center, a sports center with a swimming pool, shops, a cafe with a bakery, a pharmacy, a bank branch and service departments," the project presentation says.
The general director of the company, Archiline Pavel Chernikov, noted that wooden villages of urban type with three-four-story houses are very popular in Europe, for example, in Sweden and Finland. "Europeans consider them a more favorable place to live," he said, "and in Austria, for example, it is customary to build kindergartens only of wood."
According to the expert, the tree in some way is considered more fire resistant than concrete and metal, as the glued timber structure keeps the bearing capacity longer and allows people to leave the room during a fire. "If the wooden houses are close to each other, they are protected by non-combustible fiber cement slabs," Chernikov stressed.
The expert added that for the construction of country houses usually use glued beam, and for permanent residence use frame-panel construction. Construction of a wooden house, without taking into account the cost of land and communications, costs the developer in the amount of 25 thousand rubles per square meter. This is either comparable, or up to 20% cheaper than a house made of metal structures, depending on the complexity of the order, added Pavel Chernikov.
ArchiLine Wooden Houses
114-49, Necrasov str., Minsk, Republic of Belarus, 220049
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