Senja Cabin

Surrounded by the mountains and fjords of Norway, the Senja Cabin uses an ancient traditional to become a part of the impressive landscapes. The family cottage is built in a small fishing town along a jagged coastline. Inspired by a local practice called Heller — or sheltering under a large rock — Bjørnådal Arkitektstudio designed a stone-like form. The addition of a dark gray wood cladding further integrates the dwelling into the natural terrain. Internally, pine-lined walls and oak floors establish a warm, minimalist atmosphere. To take advantage of the pristine scenery, floor to ceiling glazing brings in sweeping panoramas creating the feeling of living in a "rock with a view."

Photos: Hans-Petter Bjørnådal / Bjørnådal Arkitektstudio

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