Architecture

This cabin is absolutely raw!

Architect Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk has designed a cabin that goes completely into one with nature.

This cabin is absolutely raw!

Cottages and huts that go with the mountains are a centuries-old tradition here.

Just think of the old stone hunting lodges in the high mountain and the DNT tourist cabins that open our rugged landscape for thousands of young and adult mountain enthusiasts every single year.

Of modern architecture projects in the mountains, it is especially the refined Kvitfjell cabin for JVA, the design hotel in Hurrungane and the Skeikampen cabin for Preben Holst, which stands out.

A current architect

Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk is several times award-winning for its distinctive buildings. Among other things, for the Sigrid Undset Museum Bjerkebæk in Lillehammer.

At the moment he is extra current with the new spectacular view and visit center at the tourist magnet Vøringsfossen. This project for a hundred million is expected to be completed in 2016.

This cabin is absolutely raw!

A PLACE OF BUSINESS: This is a place in harmony with nature. All rooms in front of the cabin from 2004 have a view of the horizon. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

A HOUSE IN SPECIAL CLASS: The two-story wethouse is located east and morning sun. The center of gravity binds the two building bodies together and gives shelter to the two entrances. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

ADJUSTED NATURE: Here you can see how carefully the cottage is laid in the terrain – without blasting or cutting old trees. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

LARGE PERSPECTIVES: Here you can see from the porch and the wet house towards the entrance of the house with the magnificent view. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

FJELLHYTTE IN SPECIAL CLASS: Architect Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk has designed a family cabin that, in construction, materials and colors, takes into account the plot and the magnificent mountain nature. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

AIR HEIGHT: Architect C-V Hølmeebakk founded the cabin so that it almost floats over the hill. The intrusion into nature was minimal, also below the cabin. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

Views of magnificent scenery

This cabin is absolutely raw!

Extreme transformation of old villa

This Rondane cabin is also open to mountain nature.

– The building of 110 square meters is designed for a hunting and open-air family with two children, Hølmebakk informs Hytteliv.com

– And it was the family’s interest in proximity to nature and the plot on the top of the hillside that gave me the ideas of the cabin’s long-form shape and the simple wall-mounted décor, expands the architect.

Hølmebakk found the best place

This cabin is absolutely raw!

NEAR CONTACT WITH FELL: The living room is directly facing the view and the afternoon sun. The wall-mounted furniture was designed by the architect. In ceilings and walls, we see some of the cabinets glue skeleton. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

A ROOM OF ROOMS AND SONS: From the kitchen we look towards the entrance, the porch and the wet room at the end of the long hallway. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

FULL OVERVIEW: From the living room you can see both the kitchen and the north wing with three bedrooms. Notice the special color palette in the ceiling. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

POOL WITH STYLE: The living room is in concrete slab, and the fireplace is listed in matching concrete. The low bookshelf by the window is also signed by the architect. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

ADJUST THE HOUSE: The media library is also tailored to the cabin. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

After repeated visits to the site, at different seasons, architect Hølmebakk eventually found the optimal place to place the elongated building body in the terrain.

This cabin is absolutely raw!

Rast in Rondane

It is behind a low, small spot completely in front of the property.

All rooms are facing Rondane

The living room with a kitchen slightly backwards in the building is just outside this small bowl. The row of bedrooms lies as a separate wing to the right of the kitchen.

All these five rooms and zones in front of the main house have a magnificent view of the majestic mountain peaks of Rondane in the northwest.

Våtromhus and a porch with a view

On the opposite side of the cabin, ie to the east and the morning sun is a two-story so-called wet room. Here are the bathrooms.

This cabin is absolutely raw!

COMPLETE RO: Notice how Hølmebakk has built this dining area to create a calm, safe atmosphere. The window extends from floor to ceiling. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

There is a covered porch between these two main bodies in the plant. In addition to shielding the two entrances, this intermittent cabin provides a generous patio to the southeast.

This cabin is absolutely raw!

Architect Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk Photo: C-V H

This cabin is absolutely raw!

13 patches completely out of the ordinary

Several gravely areas and footpaths have been built around the cabin.

Visible constructions

The house is made up of posts and drawers that are not dressed in any way. The main features of the roof have a slight fall.

This gives the building both character and large space experiences.

Interior ceilings and walls are covered with pine plywood slabs.

Special thanks

The big plywood fields on the ceiling are untreated. The smaller fields are painted in fifteen different, dark colors and the plates are positioned so that they together give a certain graphic effect.

This particular pattern gives both rhythm and tension in the interior.

Walk on concrete and pine

In the corridors where the most steep is, sanded concrete is laid.

Otherwise, the floor consists of solid wood pine board.

This cabin is absolutely raw!

SOLID VEGG: The panel is out of pine core. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

This cabin is absolutely raw!

Nature’s novels: Trees, pine kernels are treated with tar. It gives an incredible color playing on the surfaces. Photo: Nils Petter Dale

In order to maintain and emphasize the discreet style expression of the cabin, concrete is also used in kitchen island, living room floor and fireplace.

This cabin is absolutely raw!

If you want to get closer to nature, you must be outdoors

Wood and tar

– It is also worth noting that the large glass panels in the cabin were mounted directly into the wall constructions using angle profiles in galvanized steel, says Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk.

The outer walls of pinewood pine were treated with tar.

– This gives fine shades and games in the wood, concludes the architect.

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Floor plan. Photo: DRAWING: Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk

This cabin is absolutely raw!

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