Perched on a cliff in Stokkøya, Norway, and overlooking the Atlantic, Hadar’s House is a small, timber-cladhome 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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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 spacesfor 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