Micro Cluster Cabins In Norway: By Reiulf Ramstad Architects

Think micro-cabins, a family home, and Scandinavian minimalism nestled together in the Norwegian countryside. This project, built and designed by Reiulf Ramstad Architects, did all that. Built for a Norwegian family, who wanted their large family to share a cabin while also maintaining individual privacy.

"The client wanted a cabin for the whole family, but at the same time it needed to be divisible in some way. The solution was a cluster of three structures, which can be used individually. Each of the buildings is defined as a clarified geometric volume, organized around the outdoor area that binds them together as one unit." - Reiulf Ramstad Architects

The concept focuses on small, yet open and functional spaces. The solid wood walls allow for privacy from their neighbouring relatives, while the forward facing floor to ceiling glass windows create a seamless flow into the surrounding nature.  

Norwegian-Micro-Cluster-Cabins_5.jpg