A pinwheeling plan and dynamic roof geometry give new life to the traditional Norwegian cabin (hytte) typology, creating a warm and inviting home in a wild setting. This house reinterprets familiar forms and celebrates natural materials to connect deeply to its history and sensitively to
its site.

Firm: Mork Ulnes Architects
Project Type: Single Family Residence
Completed: 9 January 2017
Budget: 248,000 euros
Location: Jevnaker County, Norway
Area: 84 square meters

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