Norwegian Wood House

Norwegian architects Jarmund/Vigsnaes AS Architects MNAL designed this contemporary wood clad house in Nesodden, Norway. Tucked between the sea and a pine forest, this peaceful location sets the tone for this rustic house style. The modern Norwegian house boasts a triangular shape that really sets this design apart. Wood panels alternate between horizontal and vertical, defining each of the home’s three storeys. Lots of windows ensure plenty of natural light and natural views in every direction. Inside, this unusual house plan's interiors are too predominantly of wood. Particle-board lends the home its casual, unfinished, country-chic look. Built-in shelving units line walls with books, while the kitchen and even the staircase is also particle board from floor to ceiling. Jarmund/Vigsnaes AS Architects MNAL
photo credit: Ivan Brodey

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Posted on October 28, 2009 6:59 PM in Wood Homes

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