Here is the link of my Official Website. It’s provisional but it could be interesting for some cause it’s in French.
Here we are, I haven’t show pics of my home but I’ve done it as well. It already took me more than two years as I’ve done a lot by myself. Final planes with last mods are about to come. I ‘ll post some shareable version for you. I’ve post a link or Gearslutz. It will be the place to ask about details, if anybody wish.
The lounge and part of my house is behind the studio. I build a second frame with plasterboard and insulation.
roof’s structure beam are 28cm high and more than 7m long. It looks like a reverse boat. Deck are now all in place. From outside, the roof is the same than before. Inside, the space is all free. Note while the roof was open, we load the concrete block for inside wall (concrete and concrete again…).
As it’s an old building, it’s subject to moisture. I have to drain the back of studio. So we dig as deep as the building go down. We also dig a yard at the same time for my home.
the new roof need strongs supports to land on. So, concrete around with wall injections and a big « lamellé collé » (in french) on the top. This beam is more than 1,6 tons heavy, and one side is nearly 20m2… and it was a windy day. I fly for the first time.
She’s on the last picture. I thank her here and time and time again to bear me and my building project.
These big concrete pre (6,5m by 1,2m) stand on the merfomer. Lay down was really fast, around five hours. with the concrete on, the tickness is 40cm. It leave us free to build a concrete wall everywhere we want, as if it was on the ground.
then, we take down the old roof. You have now a better view of the four wall on which the studio will stand. You’ll notice the Merfomer!
New fondation had to be build to support all the studio. It will be a floating floor around 35 tons. It can’t be handle by the old wall. Deny Schummer from Stabili D. calculated the concrete fondations and armatures for the new inside walls. The studio design is the work of Thomas Jouanjean from Northwards-acoustic.