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Cabin at Rones . Steinkjer

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The small cabin is located at Rones, 150km north of Trondheim. The site is steep and rough with a view of the fjord. The cabin has a compact footprint which adapts to the landscape and preserves the site and its vegetation. The main floor is a concrete construction with three different levels adapting to the terrain. The concrete base, and the big wooden windows in front, support the second floor; a triangular shaped volume of cross laminated timber wrapped in black roofing felt. The interior is characterized by the raw concrete walls, the polished concrete floor, the wooden windows and the 2.nd store all made in Norwegian pine. The furnishing is made out of Norwegian birch. Gutter and other outdoor details are made in untreated copper, and will darken with time. The cabin has a sheltering atmosphere with its protective back wall in concrete and its open glass facade facing the fjord. Continue reading Sanden+Hodnekvam

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Book Fair Norwegian Pavilion . Frankfurt

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Sanden+Hodnekvam Arkitekter

Textilis is about framing the experience of reading. Our proposal seeks an atmosphere that stimulates wonder and curiosity. The project is an interpretation of Olav H. Hauges poetry, materialized in translucent textile. The textile walls are layered to create atmospheres of a dreamlike landscape. The translucent walls are backlit to mimic the characteristic Nordic light and our shadow less world. Textilis is a sanctuary from the chaotic landscape of the Book Fair, from the troubled sea to a quite cove we didn’t know of. Continue reading Sanden+Hodnekvam

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Tietäjä | Norwegian Forest Finn Museum . Svullrye

Sanden+Hodnekvam . Tietäjä  Norwegian Forest Finn Museum . Svullrye (1)

Sanden+Hodnekvam Architects

Tietäjä (Finnish for shaman) seeks to capture the dark and mystical culture of the Forest Finns, a people defined by their connection to nature and beliefs rooted in Finnish shamanistic tradition. The project seeks to communicate the mystical and rich atmosphere of the mighty landscape and the vivid stories of the people who resided here. Continue reading Sanden+Hodnekvam

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T-house . Trondheim

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Sanden+Hodnekvam Arkitekter . photos: © Sanden+Hodnekvam Arkitekter

The T-shaped plan creates two distinct outdoor spaces, the entrance space with the big beech and the more private garden. The construction consists of wooden frames with birch plywood. The exterior is marked by the thin roof in corrugated aluminium and burned wooden panels with the same rythm. Continue reading Sanden+Hodnekvam