Located on a hill foot along the south coast of Norway, the Micro Cluster Cabins are a collection of multiple interconnected units of clear geometric volumes, which characterised by traditional pitched roofs and use of timber construction.
Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Architects
Location: Vestfold, Norway
Photographs: Lars Petter Pettersen
The spatial interaction between landscape and the structure creates a beneficial microclimate. This is reflected by the structures’ southwest orientation, where the gable end is glazed.
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Inspiration from architect:
The client wanted a cabin for the whole family, but at the same time it needed to be divisible in some way. The solution was a cluster of three structures, which can be used individually. Each of the buildings is defined as a clarified geometric volume, organized around the outdoor area that binds them together as one unit.