Gallery: Light Wells Brighten up the Tiny Pedervegen 8 House in Norway

Houses built in Norway during the mid 20th century weren't great at maximizing natural light, so a family in Molde, Norway commissioned Rever go Drage Arkitekter to give this tiny house a small extension that would bring more of the morning and evening sun inside. The trick was to ensure that extra daylighting wouldn't also invite peeping eyes from neighbors. Plus, they wanted the design team to throw in some stellar views of the adjacent mountains.

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