This minimalist retreat offers breathtaking views of the gorgeous landscape of Northern Norway. Rotterdam-based architect Vladimir Konovalov designed the Infinity House with huge windows that soak up daylight and offer panoramic views of the mountains and the Norwegian Sea.

Infinity House, Vladimir Konovalov, concrete, Norway, infinity pool, natural light, green architecture, panoramic views

Infinity House, Vladimir Konovalov, concrete, Norway, infinity pool, natural light, green architecture, panoramic views

The house is located in a remote area of Northern Norway, far from busy touristy places. Its main purpose is to complement the existing landscape and create a visceral connection to nature. The predominantly monochrome interiors accentuate the changing light instead of distracting from it.

Infinity House, Vladimir Konovalov, concrete, Norway, infinity pool, natural light, green architecture, panoramic views

Infinity House, Vladimir Konovalov, concrete, Norway, infinity pool, natural light, green architecture, panoramic views

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The building comprises three main elements– an exterior concrete superstructure that emerges from the rocky site, an infinity pool roof and a black volume housing a bathroom and a secret staircase.

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Infinity House, Vladimir Konovalov, concrete, Norway, infinity pool, natural light, green architecture, panoramic views

Infinity House, Vladimir Konovalov, concrete, Norway, infinity pool, natural light, green architecture, panoramic views

Infinity House, Vladimir Konovalov, concrete, Norway, infinity pool, natural light, green architecture, panoramic views

Infinity House, Vladimir Konovalov, concrete, Norway, infinity pool, natural light, green architecture, panoramic views