There sure are numerous modern homes in Norway and if you are interested in modern homes in the country, one of the homes that you must consider looking at is Modern Cabin GJ-9.
Located in BjergÃ¸y, the home is made out of stone and wood and it was constructed by Gudmundur Jonsson Architect.
The home provides a warm and comfortable shelter from the cold of the Scandinavian country. The home is designed for adaptation to various settings.
The general idea behind the construction of this home was to establish a cabin-concept which favors a nice landscape setting with the need of appreciating a wonderful view. The home itself has various parts including two volumes that contain bedrooms and service-area.
The volumes are composed in such a way to obtain the living and dining room space as glazed pavilion which is located in between give contact to nature in all directions.
Constituting a warm and comfortable modern home, Modern Cabin GJ-9 has various different parts and a large roof that gives shelter for the homeâ€™s terrace during rainy days is one of them.
The said large roof can function as something that gives the impression that the cabinâ€™s space is bigger experienced from the inside. The roof makes a unity with the homeâ€™s terrace and they extend the space with the homeâ€™s glazed facade and sliding doors.
In addition to having the various aforementioned parts, the modern home also has a lower sleeping unit that is released from the roof by glazed transition between a volume and the houseâ€™s roof, emphasized by a set of LED-lighting in the transition.
Aside from having various different parts, the cabin itself is also designed with possibilities of establishing a roof terrace. Located in BjergÃ¸y, Norway, Modern Cabin GJ-9 is a warm and comfortable home with various different parts the occupants have access to.