After a storm washed away a deserted warehouse, the structure was replaced with the Straume Weekend House. The timber-clad home is situated on a rocky outcropping on the coast of Remøya in Norway. Sharing the same footprint as the original, It was constructed entirely off-site and consists of seven steel frames. When vacant, the building takes on an unassuming form, with wooden shutters closing off the interior. The coverings slide open when the home is in use, revealing glazed panels and exposing fjord views to the interior.
Photos: Inger Marie Grini, Hans Olav Hasund / Knut Hjeltnes