Cabin by Mork-Ulnes Architects

Timber clad house overlooking a lake in Oslo, Norway.
The house is situated on a hilltop at the northern edge of Nordmarka – a wilderness around an hour north of the Norwegian capital. From its elevated position, the building looks down onto Mylla Lake. The family's brief for the 84-square-meter building asked for three bedrooms, including a bunk room for the children, two space-efficient bathrooms, a small annex for storing and maintaining outdoor equipment, and a two-person sauna.