News in Nordic Architecture – Space + Interior
A collection of new projects designed by famous, and up-coming, young, Nordic architects. Featured works are presented with photos…
News in Nordic Architecture – Textures + Materials
The book introduces a wide range of the latest architecture and building transformations with focus on the use of facades…
The Architect’s Meal
The Architect’s Meal is an aesthetically sensual cookbook filled with wanderlust, where Marianne Ibler unites her passion for…
The L-shaped house is located in an attractive residential neighborhood in Asker, Norway. Towards the lake and the view of the Oslo fjord, the house’s floor is raised to provide a more intimate living zone. This is where the “crack of daylight” provides light in between the floors and divides the building into an open bright area and a more private and dimmed one. The play with the light and the use of modern furniture generates the projects unique charm.
Simple materials are used throughout the house, the exterior cladding for the ground floor is
Corten steel which is a good match for the grass outside. The panels are weatherboard that is mounted vertically and stained in the same color as the upper floor. The walls and ceilings of the lower floors of the house are plastered.
More details and pictures are in our new book News in Nordic Architecture – Space + Interior.
SPECIAL FESTIVE RECIPE
Buzaru Mussels Mladen
“The black curved shells, the orange sauce and green parsley are a symphony for the eyes and for the palate. My father gave me the recipe when I was a child. But there are many variants around…
“A rustic and tasty soup like something you could eat in Italian country houses, where the houses are terracotta coloured with rustic stone and grey stone cornices around windows and doors…