Modern architecture meets sustainability: A blackwood cabin designed by Kappland Arkitekter on the Norwegian island of Stokkøya.
Situated on the remote Norwegian island of Stokkøya, the team of Kappland Arkitekter completed this blackwood cabin in 2018. Thanks to the beautiful hillside location, the property offers breathtaking views towards the sea. The architects wanted to create a home that is totally in balance with its surroundings. A spacious main living area forms the center of the cabin. This area provides views in different directions overlooking the sea as well as the hilly landscape. The architectural design of the cabin masterfully adapts to the steep hillside and the furniture was made from the same birch wood that has been used for the walls, floor, and ceiling. Whether interior or exterior spaces, everything is based on a rather restrained design concept, which blends perfectly with the nature of this landscape.
Below you can find a few images of the house. For further information, please visit the website of Kappland Arkitekter.
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