The V-Lodge by Reiulf Ramstad Architecture is Suitable for a Big Family

By: Rebecca Byers - Feb 18, 2015
References: ignant.de & contemporist
The V-Lodge by Reiulf Ramstad Architecture is a year round mountain lodge tucked away in Buskerud, Norway. A large all-year cabin, the lodge is located in a region that features cross-country skiing paths for the winter and hiking trails for the winter.

The V-Lodge has an exterior of pre-patinated heart pine and pitched roofs, which makes it look more natural in its surroundings, while it also features floor to ceiling windows that make the most of the natural light available.

The unique and surprising layout of the V-Lodge makes it so there are several microclimates within the space. The first of the "V" wings is populated by dining, kitchen and living zones, while the second wing features a bathroom, three bedrooms and a youth zone.