Architecture

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

The gorgeous triangle hut is located in a narrow mountain gorge.

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

GOOD PROPOSIONS: The main part of the little summer hut has a triangular shape. This section includes the living room with sea view. Photo: Espen Grønli

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

How to get a personal cabin interior

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

This cabin is anything but minimalist

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

See the cabin before and after

This small architectural house has a great personality, and the desire for Cecilie Wille in Morfeus Architects was to create a place where residents could “run in and out on bare legs”.

Her architectural main grip was to put the building body down into a mountain gorge.

It helped her by giving the cabin a triangular shape.

A figure-cut woodplane runs around large parts of the front of the cabin.

Timelessness over Trends

– Trekanthytta is from 1997, and I focused on timelessness rather than trends, says Wille.

Buildings survive their contemporaries, and they will work and arouse interest for decades.

Wille describes how she feels free every time she draws something.

– I’m keen to not have any special style as an architect.

Custom environment

The roof and the oak of pressure impregnated wood will eventually become gray like the rocks around the plot. The fair outer panel is painted in a gray denomination that stands to a red cabin that is adjacent.

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

Open HORIZONT: There are a number of islets, islands and sheaves in front of the cottage. The busy ski slope is located even further, almost entirely at the Færder lighthouse. Photo: Espen Grønli

Large sliding doors

Two large sliding doors and windows from floor to ceiling open the living room to the sea.

Inside the living room the fireplace is built into the wall so as not to occupy space in the room, while the flat fireplace provides a clean room.

Living Room on the High Side

Because both the economy and living space were limited, Wille emphasized to create a large, airy main room – a large room in front of the cabin.

This is the central element of the house with a ceiling height of more than 3.5 m at its highest.

Two large sliding doors, each 2 x 2 m, open the main room to the terrace, which is 40 sqm.

The piece of furniture is shaped like a quarter pyramid, and a band of small windows goes beyond the facade windows.

– All this makes the living room and the whole house seem bigger than it really is, says Wille.

Alley

Although the cabin has been pushed down into the narrow mountain slope, there was still room for small, charming alleys between the pebbles and the building.

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

HIGHEST STATE: The architect prioritized to create a large, dominant living room in the cabin. It is the lowest in the forefront where it measures 2.9 m right on the front of the facade. At the bottom of the building, by the bedrooms the ceiling height is 3.5 m. This grip means that this airy room and the whole cabin seem bigger than it really is. Windshield in two rows, one above the other. Photo: Espen Grønli

Is this the northernmost cabin in the Nordic region?

This cabin is world class architecture

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

REN VEGG: Do not want the fireplace to protrude into the room. Therefore, the fireplace room and the pipe are located on the outside of the cabin. Photo: Espen Grønli

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

HVALFANGER MINNER: The two round red bullets are apparently the poles of the old whaling boat compass. Photo: Espen Grønli

The cabin was drawn after the seed

To prevent kids from struggling

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

BACK: The gray plate is as part of the mountain and works summer as an extension of the interior. Photo: Espen Grønli

This cabin is painted in place in a gap

PLANNING: How is the layout of the cabin solved?. Photo: ILL. : Cecilie Wille

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