Trendy seaside retreat designed by Jarmund / Vigsnaes Architects located in a lovely archipelago in Norway.
Description by Jarmund / Vigsnaes Architects Located in a fantastic archipelago, this seaside cabin replaces a former dilapidated and impractical cabin dominating the location. The restrictive planning laws and zoning of the world has knowledgeable the size and mass of the constructing, in addition to an enhanced website-particular adaption to the panorama. The cabin consists of three interconnected volumes creating three outside areas. All three outside rooms supply solar and shelter choices through the day. The cabin is positioned between two rocks and the panorama makes the cabin seem low within the terrain. The plan is programmatically divided in two by the roof ridge. One aspect is subdivided into loos, bedrooms, and a kitchen whereas the opposite aspect is one giant front room. The division is to be seen within the opposing facades one is personal and enclosed, the opposite is open and clear. The cabin is clad in seawater-resistant aluminum and options folding doorways that make two of the facades utterly open towards the environment. The aluminum fasade reacts with the shifting daylight and seems altered in its expression through the day. Go to Jarmund / Vigsnaes Architects