Hidden Rock Cabin

If you’re flying Cabin Knapphullet, you could easily mistake it for a pile of rocks, but get closer? You’ll see it’s a luxurious modern home by architectural firm Lund Hagem. It seamlessly blends glass, cement, and natural rock into a living space that is perfect year round. Floor to ceiling windows throughout ensure that natural light floods in during the day. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

“The materials that the firm used in building the cabin are relatively simple, a white-concrete roof shaped like a bridge spanning across the rocky landscape, floor to ceiling glass windows, and wood. The entire building is designed with the environment around them in mind – as Lund Hagem put it when describing the cabin, it’s in dialogue with the vegetation and natural rock formations,” according to Hi Consumption.

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