Designed by KDVA Architects. This modern house is a perfect combination of concrete and glass that allows a close interaction with the surrounding nature and the beautiful scenery.

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

Architect: KDVA Architects
Location: Norway
Year: 2016
Area: 70 sq.m. + veranda 30 sq.m.

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

According to the architects: The house was designed for temporary and permanent stay. It is locate in Norway, just near the water. Given the location and the steep plot it had been desirable that the house be dug into the landscape, so it would act as an element integrated into the nature. The design of the house allows a close interaction with the surrounding nature and the beautiful scenery. It provides a feeling of being outdoor when inside. South-facing glazed openings from floor to ceiling provides ample daylight. Veranda can transform if we need to save important temperature in the cold season. Interior has high capability and naturalness. The house has necessary space for life. There is common space includes a kitchen, living room with a fireplace and bedroom, so there is a bathroom and technical room.

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

Wonderful concrete house design by KWK Promes
Glass house with tubular design concept by A Masow

FH1 House by KDVA Architects

Designed by KDVA Architects. This modern house is a perfect combination of concrete and glass that allows a close interaction with the surrounding nature and the beautiful scenery

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