Straumsnes Cabin

We’ve featured a lot of architecture projects of late here on the pages of The Coolector and, truth be told, they just seem to be getting better and better and this is borne out by this glorious looking residence that goes by the name of Straumsnes Cabin by Norwegian architects, Rever & Drage.

Much like the Scrubby Bay House from yesterday, the Straumsnes Cabin is afforded some mightily impressive views that make it such an appealing place to live. Situated in a glorious spot overlooking the Norwegian Sea, Straumsnes is a mixture of old and new constructions and boasts an exterior and interior design that really is mesmerisingly good.

Largely built upon a structure from the 1950s, the introduction of modern materials and design styles really elevates this property to a whole new level aesthetically and we’re massive fans here at Coolector HQ. Check out a few more shots below:








With timber cladding adding a superb visual appeal to the exterior, there are all sorts of additional features with Straumsnes Cabin that will make you wish you lived there such as a magnificent looking outdoor pool, minimal interior design style and superbly considered spaces throughout the property. We love architecture here at Coolector HQ and this project from Rever & Drage is unquestionably one of the best we’ve come across of late.

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