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When his little boy orders him a hut in the garden Gardric Jacquet has a challenge. Although a handyman, this professional firefighter had never had to do this type of work. And to spice up the story a little more specifications that impose a terrace, a space to sleep and especially a construction that must be able to withstand the wolf. An achievement that allows him to win the first prize Triton contest "Special outdoor amenities" published in the No. 20 Bricothèmes.

Triton Contest - A Child's Cabin on Stilts

Triton Contest - A Child's Cabin on Stilts: contest

For its construction to last in time and in order to avoid any problem of humidity, our reader chose a cabin on stilts. The principle is simple: a skeleton made of rafters dressed with parquet decommissioned. Finally the roof is made with a doubling sheet.

Triton Contest - A Child's Cabin on Stilts: triton

The amounts of the cabin are well anchored in the ground with concrete pads.

Triton Contest - A Child's Cabin on Stilts: stilts

The cabin is taking shape. The parquet floor is nailed to the frame.

Triton Contest - A Child's Cabin on Stilts: stilts

Around the walls to be mounted. As Galdric left nothing to chance, the cabin even has a small terrace.

Triton Contest - A Child's Cabin on Stilts: child

The roof is designed on the principle of voligging. The floorboards also serve to close the cheeks of the dormers.

Triton Contest - A Child's Cabin on Stilts: cabin

Sheet metal plates finish the roof. remains to put the windows: windows and door.

Triton Contest - A Child's Cabin on Stilts: child

In accordance with the specifications, a mezzanine space is arranged to sleep or rest.
Mission accomplished.


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