The rocky coast of Vestfold in the southern part of Norway was beautifully adorned with a modern home that re-shapes our knowledge of what kind of terrains are suited for new houses. Imagined by JVA as combining durable wood and stone from the site, today’s dream home stylishly occupies an amazing plot, making it uniquely blessed with breath-taking views.
Known as Summer House Vestfold 2, the stone and wood residence rests on its rocky plot as if it’s part of it, mirroring nature’s architecture and colors but strongly defining its own space by the water. Replacing and old building, this new dream home was adapted to the surroundings while becoming a safe platform for astounding panoramas. Some of the initial stone walls support the new geometric shape clad in Kebony wood and its terrace, blending old and new within a long-lasting natural landscape. This elongated shape protects outdoor areas from the winds while grounding the sleek design and making it look as part of the rocky landscape. A glass fence further protects from winds while offering a more complete view and upgrading the modern feel of the house.
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