Text description provided by the architects. The site is located in the outskirts of Trondheim, Norway. The area consists of smaller wooden houses, forest and a big lake, and is preserved by the municipality with strict regulations. The building is a reinterpretation of the traditional housing buildings in the area, Trønderlåna.
The exterior adapts to the scale and materiality of the surroundings, while the interior shows a new take on the vernacular typology.The house consists of three wings creating two outdoor spaces, each with its own distinct character. A wooden frame construction creates the logic of the house, both programatic and constructional.
The frames create different zones in the open plan. Birch plywood is systematically cut and mounted, with a minimum of leftover material. Charred pine boards in small dimensions corresponds to the rhythm of the curves of the aluminium roof.