Risalleen House 5

Risalleen House: An Existing Villa Rehabilitation and Integration of Two New, Small Single-Family Houses

A continuous window strip of some different heights is allowed by the open character of the houses, giving several different atmospheres to the big room. The exposed wooden structure turns into an important part of the architectural language throughout the houses in the ceiling. This wooden structure is also visible to the outside, clad with vertical Baubuche laminated beech wood.

Norengveien 2

Norengveien: Two Identical Buildings with Traditional Norwegian House Shape and Gabled Roof

A dark-stained wooden structure can be found on the concrete base. The facade of the building appears rough and massive, and french balconies are naturally integrated after exposing the wooden structure. The facade walls’ depth allows each unit’s privacy of the buildings gets a closed appearance. The design aim is to give a solid and durable language and a simple and classic look through the details.

Villa AT 6

Villa AT: A Family House with An Abundance of Light and Closer Relationship with the Landscape

The result of this awesome project is a warm and comfortable family that is modestly sized that can cover its relative lack of scale with the ever-closer relationship with the landscape and an abundance of light. This house also can get a lot of advantages from the landscape views that come to the house interior through the elegant glass walls.