This small wood cabin sits on the rocky coast of Norway

This small wood cabin sits on the rocky coast of Norway

Photography by Pasi Aalto

 

TYIN Tegnestue Architects have designed this small 645 square foot (60sqm) cabin that sits on top of rocks by the sea in Møre og Romsdal, Norway.

 

This small wood cabin sits on the rocky coast of Norway

Photography by Pasi Aalto

The cabin was designed to fit in with the surroundings and to avoid interfering with the sensitive terrain.


This wooden cabin in Norway was designed to fit in with the surroundings and to avoid interfering with the sensitive terrain.

Photography by Pasi Aalto

The cabin, which was mostly constructed by the owners, features an open living, dining and kitchen area with lots of windows to let natural light in and to take advantage of the water views.


This wooden cabin features an open living, dining and kitchen area with lots of windows to let natural light in and to take advantage of the water views.

Photography by Pasi Aalto

Behind the kitchen is the bathroom, with a standalone bathtub with a window perfectly positioned for views while relaxing.


In this bathroom, the standalone bathtub has a window perfectly positioned for views while relaxing.

Photography by Pasi Aalto

There isn’t a space in the cabin that doesn’t have views, like in the bedroom that’s just off the bathroom.


In this small wooden cabin in Norway there are lots of windows that perfectly frame the water views.

Photography by Pasi Aalto

Simple wood walls have been used throughout to tie in with the nature outside.


Simple wood walls have been used throughout this Norwegian cabin to tie in with the nature outside.

Photography by Pasi Aalto

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