Perched on a Norwegian mountaintop, Domen Viewpoint takes advantage of the scenic landscape in the country's extreme northeastern territory. Passing adventurists can find refuge from the harsh arctic climate within the steel-frame structure. Its three volumes are each clad in whitewashed pine to blend in with the scenery while the interior is lined in contrasting Kebony wood — chosen for its sustainably as well as its maintenance-free properties. While resting, tourists can sit in awe of the majestic fjords, untouched countryside, and views of the Barents Sea through panels of pink-tinted glass.
Photos: Tormod Amundsen / Biotope