The cabins sharp geometric form is due to the unusual boundaries of the site, among other constraints like the terrain, and the location of underground pipework. The retreat contains 173 square feet of usable floor space and is divided up into two main sections: the outdoor space, and the indoor space.” – Humble Homes See more […]
During a 2003 trip to Norway, I visted a hand full of summer cottages and they influenced my ideas on how to use and multi-purpose tables, chairs, and furniture to make great use of a small space.” – Two Mile Ranch via Small Farm Cooking: Compact but now expanding
We realize this is not a house; but wouldn’t this 215 square foot concrete shell make a cool solar tiny house? See more at LJB.no and ArchDaily. The main structure has the shape of a tilted cube and this creates a covered entrance for the services and at the same time offers a perfect south exposition […]
The structure itself was built with the help of locals and architecture students from both Norway and Mexico. According to the architects the project was formed in typical TYIN fashion, the design of the outpost took place in tandem with the building process. Part of this was due to pragmatic factors like the availability of […]
Inge Wegge (25) and Jørn Ranum (22) spent nine months of cold, Norwegian winter in the isolated and uninhabited bay of a remote, arctic island by the coast of Northern-Norway, facing nothing but the vast Atlantic Ocean. There they built a cabin out of driftwood and other cast-off materials that washed up on shore.” – Tiny […]
…In a valley on the west-coast of Norway. It’s actually not cabins but tiny farms – where people used to live during the summer (to take care of their craddle stock).” – SurabayaJohnny99 via Seter by SurabayaJohnny99 on deviantART.
These quaint little grass-roofed cabins look like a troll village; actually I think they are summer cabins for farmers up at Haukåssætra high above the town of Urke and the Norangsfjorden. . Photo © copyright by Jack Brauer.” – Mountain Photography by Jack Brauer via Troll Cabins : Sunnmøre Alps, Norway