Dive into the serene beauty of Norway with PAN-tretopphytter, a selection of captivating rental cabins nestled amid the lush Finlandian-forests of Åsnes, Innlandet. Designed by renowned Sivilarkitekt Espen Surnevik in 2019, these retreats flawlessly blend modern design and traditional materials, harmoniously merging with the surrounding nature. Here, luxury meets tranquility in a seamless fusion of style and substance.
Nestled in the heart of Nordmarka, the stunningly rustic yet modern Mylla Winter Cabin is the latest gem from renowned Norwegian designer, Fjord Arkitekter. Just an hour’s ski away from Oslo city center, this architectural marvel combines functionality with aesthetics to create a structure that not only complements, but enhances, the beauty of its natural surroundings.
Crafted with robust pine and spruce, treated with the age-old Norwegian Møre Royal technique for durability, this cabin is the epitome of sustainable living – designed to withstand the test of time and the harsh Nordic winters. The warmth of the wood, combined with geothermal energy heating, blends comfort and eco-consciousness seamlessly, delivering a unique winter getaway that truly encapsulates the spirit of Norway.
Welcome to Saltviga House, a stunning shingle house designed by Kolman Boye Architects, nestled on the southeastern coast of Norway in the picturesque town of Grimstad.
This traditional-style home, built in 2022, showcases a harmonious blend of sustainable architecture and natural beauty. Using leftover oak off-cuts from Dinesen floor production, the home embraces a low carbon footprint while offering breathtaking views of the Skagerrak sea.
Discover how Saltviga House expertly adapts to its sloping terrain, creating a unique and cozy living experience.
Tucked away in the remote Lyngen Alps in Norway lies Aurora Lodge – a modern retreat designed by Stinessen Arkitektur in 2021.
With respect for and close connection to nature, the design of this project endeavors to complement the site, with the main building stretching out across the natural plateau and high ceilings and seamless glass walls inviting the sky and landscape into the building. Its outer cladding is made from Nordic Green copper and the inside is clad in silver-fir, with a hard brushed surface, softening the feel of the high ceilings. Along the path to the main house, a separate annex/suite follows the same design approach, and across the creek, the sauna sits as a separate building with its interior all focused on the view towards the sea.
Cabin Kvitfjell is a stunning mountain house designed by Aksetøy Arkitektur located in Fåvang, Norway.
Situated at the foot of the mountain range and just next to Kvitfjell ski resort, this 30 meter-long (98 feet) structure with pitched roof combines dark timber cladding with Norwegian Oppdal slates for an elegant mountain design style.
Inside the house, large windows and sliding doors offer maximum scenic view while wooden interiors with a hint of metal and fabric create a comforting atmosphere. Dedicated rooms for skiing preparation and equipment storage provide direct access to the nearby slopes. The cabin also features terraces, verandas and excellent hiking opportunities all year round.