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Cottage in Lykkja in Norway

Hendrik Hille

This cottage, owned by architect Henrik Hille, is located in the mountains in the middle of Norway.

Most important for the builder was that the cottage harmonized with the nature around. The cottage is panelled with weathergrayed wood and the roof covered with grass, only 110m2 but has bed space for fourteen people. The glass walls give a great view; you can watch the wild life only a few metres away.

 

The livingroom with a beautiful view, the cowhide on the floor and several kelim throws & cushions on the sofa create a warm atmosphere
The livingroom with a beautiful view, the cowhide on the floor and several kelim throws & cushions on the sofa create a warm atmosphere
Buit-in wooden kitchen with wengé countertop Dinner space with Hans Wegner's Y-Chairs or Wishbone Chairs
left Buit-in wooden kitchen with wengé countertop
right Dinner space with Hans Wegner's Y-Chairs or Wishbone Chairs
The built-in wardrobe is painted red inside.
The built-in wardrobe is painted red inside.

Images: Jim Hensley and Nina Dreyer via Taverne Agency. Henrik Hille  Architect

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