This recently completed airy family home on the west coast of Norway features a unique stairway made from a single sheet of 1-centimeter-thick steel. The stairs were galvanized with white sand corn making them slip resistant and the whole thing had to be lifted in with a crane through a skylight.
The home was designed by Todd Saunders of Saunders Architecture and features very thick interior walls (60cm - 70cm deep) that were requested by the owner to hide lots of built-in and recessed storage. Also, none of the electrical outlets are visible and the home's technology systems are all controlled from a central control panel in the extra-long kitchen.
I am also fond of the two exterior staircases!
View even more pictures of blurry blond children, the homes interior, exterior and architectural plans at ArchDaily | Villa G / Saunders Architecture.
(Images: Bent Rene Synnvag & Jan Lillebo)