Hadar's House, Asante Architecture & Design, timber cladding, Norway, waterfront, green architecture, Norway, Scandinavian architecture

Perched on a cliff in Stokkøya, Norway, and overlooking the Atlantic, Hadar’s House is a small, timber-clad home offering stunning views of the water. The architects made sure to include large openings in all of the rooms, especially the living room, which features a wood-burning fireplace that keeps the space warm and cozy. The owner also requested a large kitchen and dining area.

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Hadar's House, Asante Architecture & Design, timber cladding, Norway, waterfront, green architecture, Norway, Scandinavian architecture

While the entryway has walls lined with wood, trapezoidal metal sheets of the roof are left exposed throughout the house, including the loft bedroom accessible via a wooden ladder. The architects included generous storage spaces for bikes, coats and shoes, and a minimalist bathroom with a built-in bathtub positioned in front of a large window.

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Photos by Marius Rua