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The 'Cabin Vindheim' Features a Slanted Roof for Ski Jumps and Sledding

 - Apr 19, 2016
References: vardehaugen.no & gizmag
There is certainly no shortage of cabin designs out there that are perfectly suited for the winter landscape, but few are as functional as the 'Cabin Vindheim.' Designed by the Norway-based architecture studio Vardehaugen, the 'Cabin Vindheim' features a slanted roof that doubles as a ski jump or small sledding hill.

The 'Cabin Vindheim' is nestled deep in the woods in Lillehammer, Norway and offers a cozy yet functional interior space for living comfortably throughout winter or warmer weather. The space measures 592-square feet in size and is split into multiple sections including the living space, the bedroom, the ski preparation section, mezzanine and even a small utility room.

The 'Cabin Vindheim' blows other cabin designs out of the water with a functional interior and exterior that's ski and toboggan-friendly.