Helgeland Museum connects history with daily life, – locals with visitors, and – nature with the rich coastal culture of Træna.
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The Vertical Boathouse is placed in Årdal, the breaking point between Norways largest fjord and the massive mountain range of Jotunheimen.
Villa Charlottenlund is a brick house placed in a sloping terrain next to a botanical garden.
Traditional diamond-shaped ornaments define the architecture of this small triangular sauna in the mountains of Sørbø.
Cabin Kiladalen had quite a journey: The lakeside house in Sweeden used to be an indoor design exhibition in Norway.
Cabin Bjerget carefully curls around a large rock, whilst three portals frame the unique coastal landscape of Østerøya.
Villa Tiller is a compact yet spatially rich family house, defined by a series of squares.
The Cluster Cabin is carefully placed in a magical forest in between large oak trees, amongst chanterelles, pine cones and flowery meadows.
The Moskenes Lamp is part of the collection “Format Lights”: A series of lamps designed by architects.
The Seaside Sauna is a couple of floating triangels outside the small fishing village of Kirkehavn.