Gallery: SubHus: Amazing Norwegian Hotel Built into the Ground

 
Part of the Stokkøya Sea Center in Norway, this amazing hotel has been built partially submerged into the hillside to minimize the structure's visual and environmental impact on the coastal area. Designed by Oslo-based Pir II Arkitektkontor, and owned and operated by Tori Langklopp and Roar Svenning, the SubHus is a twelve room bunker-inspired hotel featuring uniquely decorated rooms, furnished with thrift store and antique finds and highlighted with stunning views of the beach settled below.

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