Overlooking Holmestrand and the fjords, this seaside retreat in suburban Oslo comes with an enthralling attraction. Designed by Schjelderup Trondahl Architects, and photographed by Jonas Adolfsen, the only-household residence within the pictures under is dramatically located on the sting of a cliff and provides one hundred eighty diploma views towards the ocean to the east and a wealthy pure panorama to the west. Its complicated type is the results of adjoining two fundamental wings, which have been bent 22 levels to one another, in an effort to adapt the home to its tough terrain.
A wealthy number of textures contributes to an general welcoming really feel: “The inside picket partitions and ceilings are clad with white oiled poplar plywood boards and white ash floorboards are used, introducing a light-weight softness to the inside. The inner geometry represents needed constructions for the cantilevered roofs along with defining areas. All home windows and doorways are constructed from large oak.” The pretty cantilevered roofs, shifting facades and spacial experiences provided right here locations this Norwegian retreat on our record of dream houses.