Anchored to a hillside on a Norwegian island, the Cabin Stokkoya offers a minimalist seaside retreat. The shelter sits lightly on the terrain, perched on a series of piles. Its dark timber cladding is inspired by the coastal rock formations while a contrasting interior provides a warm refuge from the rugged climate. Inside, integrated furniture throughout creates multi-use spaces to make the most of the home's compact footprint. Flanked by two bedrooms, the main living space runs linear across the terrain, allowing for panoramic views of the shoreline from west-facing glazing, while windows toward the east frame in the verdant landscapes.
Photos: Kappland Arkitekter