Design Studio Snorre Stinessen finished the style of Malangen Retreat, a cluster of accommodation devices situated in Tromsø, Norway. The cabins lie on a ridge rising from the arm below as well as next-door neighbor a rich forest.
The clients wanted to appreciate a high degree of personal privacy, while also being able to receive visitors during the weekend break. The main house and also the annex are each made up of two boxes. The main part accommodates the entrance, kids’ space and a small second living room in the initial box, while the restroom and also bedroom were positioned in the 2nd device.
The “annex” hosts visitor areas, laundry room as well as a leisure location with a sauna straight subjected to the sight outside.
” We prepared the major entry, the living room as well as an annex separated by the main courtyard,” the architects claimed. “From below the resort opens up to the all-natural cleaning in the woodland and you can participate in either the major building or the annex. A devoted leave from the cooking area brings about the south-facing outside location where the family members enjoys their dinners on cozy summer season days.”.
All the individual boxes are dressed in cedar panels and treated with iron sulfate. Big areas of glass produce a smooth link with the surrounding landscape. Digital photography courtesy of Snorre Stinessen.