local architecture firm, fantastic norway, designed this norwegian cabin retreat in the middle-north of the
scandinavian country. the cabin looks out onto the sea and was specifically designed with the area’s harsh
climate conditions in mind. the architects achieved this by designed the building in such a way that the body
stirs the wind over the main volume to break up the wind. the structure is built using wood and is shaped in
a polygonal plan. the home’s layout also creates a variety of outdoor spaces for the clients. it holds three
bedrooms and fits the client’s vision of a cosy retreat to a tee.