A combination of natural Kebony wooden, wealthy black shale, and modern chrome steel really make this house a treat for any lover of structure. Hikers that scale the Okstindan Mountains will little question pause in awe at Rabothytta, an impressive home-like refuge situated deep within these Norwegian mountains. Architects managed to mix up to date and rustic designs, leaving this structure to be certainly one of a sort. Being situated in such harsh terrain designers knew that a material like Kebony was the best choice for the wooden roof.
Built to maximize time spent outdoor, enjoy the attractive views from the rooftop terrace or spend time entertaining visitors on one of two deck areas. This trendy cabin displays the future of architecture while matching the natural feel of the island by way of the use of Kebony wooden decking and cladding. From your dream house, to cozy cabins, to loft-like … Read More