The Rones cabin has a compact footprint which adapts to the landscape and preserves the site and its vegetation. The main floor is a concrete construction with three different levels adapting to the terrain.
PAN Treetop cabins is a unique possibility for tourists who want to experience the quiet of the forest, exciting activities, traditional food and extraordinary animal life.
Lakkegata Apartment hotel is an international joint venture of two large players in the construction and accommodation fields, Skanska Norway and Forenom. The process is further accelerated by the design expertise of Studio Puisto.
The Efjord cabin reflects two very different situations and the natural terrain. There are a couple of neighbouring cabins positioned on the south-east side of the cabin and the very private views on the western part of the plot.
Mork-Ulnes Architects have recently completed Mylla, a compact yet expansive cabin north of Oslo in the Norwegian forest. Mylla breaks apart the traditional rectangular cabin house plan into a pinwheel which radiates into the landscape to both frame four distinct views
The family cabin is laid out east to west effectively shielding the opening in the forest, which is only discovered once you enter through the large oak sliding door from the outside courtyard. The clients had a clear wish for enough space to welcome family and friends visiting.