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These Vacation Huts are Built on an Island in Northern Norway

 - Oct 21, 2015
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These compact vacation huts off the shore of Northern Norway overlook the beautiful seaside view and surrounding islands. Each room is a private retreat for a small family or couple and is equipped with a small kitchen space exposed to a wall-sized window. The cabins are designed to give guests shelter and comfort, while also highlighting the surreal experience of its exterior elements.

The shelter design is meant to have little environmental impact with the use of a few large wooden parts. The construction of these vacation huts were also dependent on the logistics of transporting material and resources to a remote island. The glass-enclosed end of the huts are the main showcase, providing uninterrupted views of landscape. The bedroom is on the opposite end of the seaside opening, with a smaller view of the sea but slightly more privacy.