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Norwegian Cabin inspired by a Traditional Row Farm

The Troll’s Peak cabin’s owners love the outdoors and their wonderful home is designed to cater to their lifestyle. Each of the 4 sections of the house look different, one area progresses to a different utilitarian space as the family members sequentially advance from their outdoor activities.

The family enters via the garage to drop their outdoor gear, further advancing to the laundry room and bathroom for undressing and freshening up. The space then leads to the kitchen for meals. The next two sections are the lounge and sleeping area.

Not only does each section have a different look, each area was also built using varying notching and joinery techniques as well. One part of the house uses saddle-notched logs. Other parts have dovetail, late-medieval, and 19th century notching.

The Troll’s Peak Cabin is located in Sunndal, Western Norway.

At the opposite end of the building is a large room that can be used as a bedroom or dormitory, with a large window allowing the occupants to observe the northern lights.
The adjacent living room contains a fireplace for warming up following a day spent outdoors. It features a barrel-vaulted ceiling and a low-level panoramic window facing east towards the mountain ridge.

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