Knotty Pine Norwegian Cabin

Knotty Pine Norwegian Cabin

Aaron Able
Jun 25, 2009

This Norwegian cabin in the woods was designed by Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Architects MNAL and is primarily used in the winter as a base for cross-country skiing. Beatiful and bright — as long as the knotty pine panels don't bother you!

Because of its seasonal use, the house was designed to accommodate large groups of people — a central open space with double-height ceilings is surrounded by several secondary-purpose rooms (small bedrooms and a bathroom).

There are more pictures and lots of sections and elevations over at ArchDaily.
Via: Archdaily: Cabin Nordmarka / JVA.

(Images: Nils Petter Dale)

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