The Gjøvik House

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The Gjøvik House designed by Norm Architects is located an hour north of Oslo on a majestic hill side facing the Norwegian woods. It’s a modern and minimal cluster house that consists of overlapping cubes of different sizes, which makes for an intimate and dynamic family home. The place was designed in a modern and minimal way, but with warm and cozy materials. I think the combination of the wood panels with the concrete flooring and walls works especially well in this home.

Design by Norm Architects, lead architect Linda Korndal

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