This small wooden cabin sits on top of rocks by the sea in Møre og Romsdal, Norway. Completed in 2016 by TYIN Tegnestue Architects, the cabin features an open living, dining and kitchen area with lots of windows to let natural light inside and to take advantage of the water views.
project description: The cottage holds a special place in contemporary Norwegian culture. A few generations back the majority of the Norwegian people made a living from farming, fishing or lumbering, trades which afforded closeness with nature. In the contemporary and urbanized way of life the cottage is a means maintaining this closeness. This particular cottage is modestly sized with its 60 square meters, and thus a sustainable structure both in terms of material usage and energy consumption.
Photography by Pasi Aalto