Situated on a hilltop in Norway, the Sirdal Twin Cabins offer a winter refuge for the nearby slopes. The two structures are made from asymmetrical forms. A steeply sloped roofline blocks the harsh winter winds on one side while creating a sheltered south-facing terrace on the other. Opposite of the exterior’s darkly stained timber facade, the interior is lined with warm pine paneling. Solid pine flooring complete the simplified palette throughout the opening living space. To take advantage of the alpine setting, strategically placed windows frame in views of the surrounding landscape.
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