Architecture

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

You think this cabin is traditional until you have checked the glass floor and the house’s other architectural details.

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

This cold-black log cabin is located near the apfries in Hemsedal. Here the owners can wear the slalom skiing just outside the street door and enjoy the freshly prepared trails.

An architect with many iron in the fire

The cottage is shaped like a horseshoe and the entire plant measures 18 x 18 meters. It was designed by Tim Resen, an architect we have mentioned several times at Bonytt. no.

See this cabin for two families, almost in the valley bottom of Hemsedal and the concrete villa in Holmenkollen..

Cool huts

Among the Norwegian architectural winter cabins mentioned above are also the Jarmund&Vigsnæs ski hut in Nordmarka, and architect Preben Holst’s own Alpine cabin at Skeikampen.

Want to hit the terrain

– My goal with this cabin was to hit the terrain. Hemsedalhytta would formally grow out of the valley side. This is very important in such a relatively open mountain landscape with many other buildings, lifts and activities, says Resen til Hytteliv. no.

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

BLACK BEAT: The cottage is dark-legged and is well placed in the terrain to the ski resort. The windows face the courtyard and the view. Photo: Jan Larsen

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

A SOLID BUILDING: Here you can see both the strong outer coat and the dry-walled wall. Photo: Jan Larsen

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

A RENT AND LOVELY ROOM: Here you will see the main room in the so-called view wing. It opens up against the Hemsedal landscape and the horizon in the south. The three-meter long massive wooden table is made of Torfinn Tronstad. Chairs from Bolia. Photo: Jan Larsen

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

LONG-TERM BODY: The cottage is divided into three zones with different functions. Photo: Jan Larsen

Combined traditional and modern architecture

– Basically, I’m an architect who draws distinctly modern buildings. But I thought it was interesting to take this task in Hemsdal because it is a big challenge to combine traditional building styles with modern architecture, says Resen til Hytteliv.com

Track for both old and new

We look at the functionalism of our time in, among other things, all the clean surfaces that surround us, like inside. The way the logs are assembled and the precise details of the interior also make the building a sign of meeting new and old times.

The foundation wall of stacked natural stone was done by local craftsman Frank Bekken. He knows the valley-building stone traditions in detail, and these walls give the cabin its own historic dimension.

The outer walls are stained very dark. Thus, this newly built house accommodates both the building style of the valley and the mountains.

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

OPEN ROOM: The kitchen with a solid wood plate on top of the bench is provided by Hemsedal Møbler. Otherwise, all cabinets, beds and doors in the cabin are made by Steinmoen Trevare in Hemsedal. Photo: Jan Larsen

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

A HORSE COMPOUND IN THE HIGH RIGHT: Between the two outer wings, a partially enclosed courtyard is formed. It’s almost like an old-fashioned tuna with an incredible view. Here you can also see how the architect has established contact between the indoor and outdoor areas. Photo: Jan Larsen

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

LISTEN IN: The height of the ceiling and windows against the light make the interior bright and open. In connection with the fireplace there is a niche for wood storage. Photo: Jan Larsen

Full view without view

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

Is this Norway’s most beautiful cottage?

This cabin should be a part of the landscape. It should not stand out and scream. However, this does not prevent it from having an openness that takes care of the incredible view from the site without the exterior of the house.

The horse shoe facing the ski slope

This effect achieved Tim Resen by adding the three building volumes that the cabin consists of in an almost horseshoe.

The opening is directly facing the ski slope. In the middle it forms a sheltered courtyard.

Due to its size and view, it can remind you of an old-fashioned farmhouse.

Daylight

In addition, most of the rooms in the cabin windows face this airy yard.

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

A LIVING ROOM IN THE SUN: This cozy seat facing the view is furnished with two leather chairs from Slettvoll Møbler. Black blinds on all windows feed the black window frames. This gives the cabin a discrete graphical effect. Photo: Jan Larsen

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

ET PANORAMA GLASS HEART: With glass in both walls and floors, the connection between the two floors of the cabin opens. You also look right on the birch forest just outside the cabin. Photo: Jan Larsen

This provides excellent contact between the inside and outside space – plus a lot of daylight in the interior.

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

Pictures on the wall are redundant in this cabin

Three different wings

Living room and kitchen are as two separate, yet coherent, non-partitioned zones. They form the most open part of the cabin’s two outer wings.

The master bedroom and children’s rooms with bunk beds are organized in the second, more closed and private bedroom wing. This wing has its own separate entrance.

In front of the middle wing, the one that ties the two outer wings together, there is a long walk of windows facing the courtyard. On the opposite wall side this time, doors lead into bathrooms, other rooms and kots.

Predictably located

– Due to the careful way this cabin is located in the terrain, it can be seen as a model for other builders, commenting on former land planner in Hemsedal municipality, Johannes Henrik Myrmel to Hytteleviv. no

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Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

AIR BEDROOM: Light colors and wood paneling give the good cabin feeling. Space-based storage. Photo: Jan Larsen

Getting into the chair when the ski lift closes

GREAT WINDOWS: The large windows provide enough light in the narrow walkway. Photo: Jan Larsen

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