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Read House Near Oslo

Read House Near Oslo

Photo: Nils Petter Dale,JVA

On the steep plot, in the middle of the garden full of trees, placed perpendicularly to the slope, drawing attention to itself by gaudy colour - this is where the modest wooden house is situated. Lively exterior is in the direct contrast with soft interior in white and light wood. There is a living area with covered terrace in the first floor and bedrooms in the ground floor.

Small House in Cottage Setlement

Small House in Cottage Setlement

Photo: Knut Bry

Small wooden cottage from Norwegian architect Tommie Wilhelmsen - everything for cool holidays can be found on the small plot.

Kindergarten with Colourful Corners

Kindergarten with Colourful Corners

Photo: 70°N arkitektur [NO]

Architects created for kids original flexible space, which allows different setting with different interconnection of particular classes. Each of the classes has two movable walls. The interior is full of different "hidings and climbings"

Wild Reindeen Centre Pavilion by Snøhetta in Norway

Wild Reindeen Centre Pavilion by Snøhetta in Norway

Photo: Snøhetta;Klaas Ommeren

Information centre and tourist viewpoint for visitors are situated 1250m above the see in National Reserve Dovrefjell. One side of the exterior and interior is formed by the wooden wall carved into the shape of the rock. Smooth curves offer comfortable sitting with gorgeous views.

XBO Mobile House

XBO Mobile House

Photo: 70 ° N Arkitektur

Mobile house for two people on the way. 12m long, 3,5m high and 3,2m wide - split into two parts for better transportation.

Housing Strandkanten

Housing Strandkanten

New housing area with approximately 900 apartments rose south of the city Tromsø. High density and quality of the country land are the main reasons for development. 

House on the Norwegian Cost - Vardehaugen

House on the Norwegian Cost - Vardehaugen

Small house situated between the mouth of the fjord Grottingen and peninsula Fosen lays 35m above the sea level. The house on the low rocky ridge has panoramatic view to rough northen landscape. The window of the living room is directed to the sea and at the same time, the right position allows to get sunbeam to the interior all the day. Black skewed cladding from impregnated pine reduces wind gusts. Architects had visited place during all the year and had researched local weather conditions.  

Viewpoint Aurland

Viewpoint Aurland

Architects Tommie Wilhelmsen and Todd Saunders won the competition for viewpoint in the landscape of nordic fjords.