This small seaside holiday home by Norwegian studio Lund Hagem nestles against a cliff
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In 2005, Norway initiated a massive 15-year agenda to generate more tourism. The government turned to architects and designers to concept and build tourist routes and architectural rest stops to enhance the experience of the stunning Norwegian landscape.
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Zigzagging pathways lead to viewing platforms perched high in the Norwegian mountains in this visitor facility designed by Reiulf Ramstad Architects. Check out Dezeen's most popular Instagram posts of 2016 so far on dezeen.com/tag/instagram #architecture #Instagram #norway
Norwegian architects Fantastic Norway have designed a mountain lodge with a sloping roof that you can ski over. The triangular timber cabin will be located in the mountainous district of Ål, where it will provide a private retreat that can only be reached on skis during the winter. The house will contain two bedrooms beside More
Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion par Snohetta - Journal du Design