Extending on a family home in Norway, the House of Many Worlds welcomes a birch-lined addition. The majority of the room is occupied by a dining room although built-in shelving creates a workspace on the opposite end. Above, a loft encased in metal screens offers a hideout for reading and relaxing. Natural light floods the new space courtesy of large glazed openings in the walls and ceiling. Paired with the pale plywood casing, the interior takes on a bright, minimalist aesthetic. Black finishes in the kitchen and window bench provide a dark contrast while also reflecting the exteriors blackened timber cladding.
Photos: Ivan Brodey & Kaia Brænne / Austigard Architecture