The Hytte Kvitfjelltoppen, a timber-framed holiday cabin located on the mountain top at an altitude of approximately 950m.
The cabin has a privileged location with uninterrupted views towards southeast, where the topography drops dramatically. The main cabin and the annex are founded on small diameter steel columns, “floating” to have minimum impact on the natural terrain and vegetation. There are two single story structures: the main cabin and an annex/carport. Both are of timber frame construction using both glulam main beams and conventional timber stud framing to achieve a modern architectural design. The main structure is clad in vertical timber louvers creating a perimeter gallery.
Structural engineering during all design stages.