Single family wooden house “on top of Oslo”

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Linnebo Residence is a single family wooden house designed by Oslo-based Schjelderup Trondahl Arkitekter.

Description by Schjelderup Trondahl: Clear cut, single family house “on top of Oslo” by the Holmenkollen ski jump with a cantilevered balcony towards the view. The house is based on strict regulations on a relatively small site, but with extensive analysis of the surroundings and personal preferences.

Single family wooden house “on top of Oslo” (11)All daily functions are at the top floor revealing the great view over downtown Oslo and the Oslofjord horizon. All levels and openings are meticulously planned to maximize light and views in each room. Main rooms have blond oak plywood panels on walls and ceilings and massive oak floorboards. The house is clad with burnt and oiled spruce boards.

Architect: Schjelderup Trondahl Arkitekter
Team: Stian Schjelderup, Øystein Trondahl, Katrine Skavlan
Photography: Jonas Adolse

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