Austigard Architects recently completed a luxe addition to the House of Many Worlds in Norway.
The addition is birch-lined for an aesthetically pleasing and eco-friendly option, with a long and slim floor plan. The main room features built-in shelving, creating a centerpiece for the room that looks like a work of art. With light flooring and large windows, the space allows natural light to flood into each room to show off the custom furniture and personalized touches throughout. The large loft above is encased in metal screens to offer a hideout for relaxing.
The bright, minimalist aesthetic of the House of Many Worlds contrasts with the black finishes in the kitchen, reflecting the exteriors that are finished with blackened timber cladding.
Image Credit: Ivan Brodey & Kaia Brænne
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