Resort hotel in Norway
Resort on the shore of the island of Munshausen in Northern Norway, consisting of several small houses, designed Stinessen Arkitektur. Selected for their construction space is the world’s largest habitat of white-tailed eagles, as well as traditional fishing and trading area. On the North is visible mountain range in the Lofoten Islands.
The project is developed taking into account the topography of the island, on the coast of the old farms and stone embankment. Located on the plains, the house was restored, and then on the ground floor placed a dining room and kitchen and the second floor library.
A small private house set on the waterfront and partially protruding over the sea, except one – she is slightly higher on the natural rock shelf. The place was chosen on the basis of the kinds that were to be created from the Windows, as well as taking into account the need of confidentiality for guests of the resort.
The construction was carried out taking into account the technical limitations arising from the location remote from the mainland areas, as well as specific weather conditions. The buildings are made of massive wood in two layers, the upper of which is larch, which over time will acquire a natural silver-grey.
Glazing custom made and bonded to the outer structures, which ensures the smoothness of the surfaces and the resistance to the wind. All the interior details are carefully designed with the concept and also custom made.
Tags: Effect of reflection, Natural shading, Rear wall