House in nature in Norway

This country’s residence in wood siding is located in Westfold, Norway. The client wanted a cozy house for the whole family, somehow divided into the parts.

Architects proposed a solution in the form of a cluster of three structures that can be used individually. Each of the buildings is a geometric volume organized around an open area, connecting them into a single whole.

The spatial interaction of the landscape and structure creates a favorable microclimate. The buildings are oriented towards the southwest, where the site ends with a picturesque hill, which made it possible to glaze the facades in this direction, leaving the remaining parts of the residence more closed.

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[via reiulframstadarchitects]

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