Black Hole House

If you stumble upon this strange looking structure, don’t be scared, as stepping inside will reveal a very modern and cozy interior. It’s located atop Seven Mountains in Bergen, Norway, and officially called the ‘Tubakuba’ cabin. For those wondering, yes, the 150-square-foot building is entered by crawling through a tunnel comprising of curved pine shavings covered in untreated larch that turns gray over time. All of the wood has been treated with a 19th century traditional Japanese method called Shou Sugi Ban to prevent fungal decay and damage. This “off-the-grid hotel room” is available lounging during the day, and can also be rented for free to families with young children. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Black Hole Home

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