Tungestolen Cabin Cluster

Situated on a plateau under Norway's Skyttarbudalen, the Tungestolen Cabin Cluster integrates its surroundings to awaken your inner adventurer. Both existing landscapes and new constructions work together to create a unique spiral effect throughout the property that provides an elevated trail from a gravel road to the courtyard. The yard is framed buy three wooden buildings and is located on the land's highest point, creating an outdoor common space perfect for taking in the steep mountainsides or getting to know your temporary neighbors.

Photos: Snohetta

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    Photos: Marco Silotto + Enrico Dal Zotto / Silvio Stefani

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