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– The forest is clogged, the sky is only glanced up, and the view is facing the east and a blur to the south, says the architect, Professor Einar Dahle, about the plot. This totally clean house is built on.

Base solid with concrete

He describes the structure as two signing boxes placed on top of each other.

Particularly from the back of the building it is clear to see how the top gearbox rests on tall concrete slabs, two solid wide posts.

The other foundation of the house is also made from this bottom-solid material that the architect has used stomach times before in other homes.

The boxes open too many opportunities

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– Small-scale romance is not my table, says architect, Professor Einar Dahle. I seek to draw buildings in a modernist expression. This house is a dwelling of today. Concrete is an exciting material. It is shaped, patterned and colored better than any other building material. Photo: DDB

Sigarkass volumes extend beyond and give rise to exciting rooms, sheltered outdoor areas, safe entrances and storage sites just under the house.

Dominating Top Box

From the hallway, which is a venue for many functions and rooms in the house, we go up a robust eiketrap up to the top dominant cigarette box. It is seventeen meters long and the living room and kitchen are organized in an open and efficient community.

Living room in a seventeen meter long sigar

This seventeen meter long volume, by the way, has an architecture with large window surfaces along one side of the road towards the forest – and a chemist quite at the end of the streamlined box.

Out and in, at the same time

– This means that the majestic large forest just outside the house becomes a natural part of the living room. We experience it as if we are staying in and out at once, telling homeowners.

Just touch

The architect also advised the owners to have windows on several sides of this upper box. This solution would cause residents to experience it as if they were living in a “pipe”.

Tough roof terrace

On the top of the bedroom is a generous balcony made. It has flooring in larch, stainless steel railings and fittings of zinc.

Find the balance point

Inside the architect’s greatest challenge was to find the right balance, a living interaction between the three strong main materials; oak, concrete and glass

Black to Gray

Almost black wood and natural gray concrete form in fine contrast. The table pattern in the concrete surface is designed to change direction, lying or standing, in agreement with the support or support function of the concrete elements.

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BREAK ON TVERS: From the back of the house you can see how the building floats above the ground. This airy solution results in good storage space right on the ground. Photo: Hugo Opdal

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ADVANCED IN FORM AND MATERIALS: Einar Dahle designed a house that is an example of advanced contemporary architecture. The concrete is molded with a smooth pattern, uniform color and sharp, precise corners. Photo: Hugo Opdal

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TITEKASSE: The villa has many exciting construction details. This is from the light opening at the entrance. Photo: Hugo Opdal

– When the concrete is used as logical and beautiful as in this house, there is every reason to show it the attention of the Concrete Board, said in the jury’s statement when this prestigious award was awarded to this house in 2002.

Concrete panel is a collaboration between the Norwegian Architectural Association and the Norwegian Concrete Association.

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CHRISTMAS MISS: The fireplace cast the builder himself. Solid solid wood oak floor and old office chair in birch. Photo: Hugo Opdal

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CREATIVE: Unconventional solutions such as rooms floating above the ground and end walls entirely made of glass require technical constructions such as crossroads. Poggenpohl kitchen. Dr. tech. Kristoffer Apeland was the project’s technical consultant. contractor; Rino Borgersen. Photo: Hugo Opdal

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MOTORSAGMASAKREN: With the chainsaw the coarse log was rescued from the fireplace and became a cool bike stand. Photo: Hugo Opdal

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