A home that purposely mimics the bordering topographic angles. An inside primarily based on high good quality Japanese furnishing. A muted coloration scheme that evokes the woodlands bordering. This is the Archipelago Residence, made by Norm, an architecture company in Copenhagen, Denmark. The property, on the shores of Sweden is intended to resemble traditional boathouses in the region, with pitched, significant roofs, with vast open interiors. Designed with all-natural resources and designed with a reverence for the surrounding landscape, it is meant to blend in, harmoniously.
Weekend Cabin isn’t automatically about the weekend, or cabins. It is about the longing for a feeling of place, for shelter set in a landscape…for a little something that speaks to refuge and length from the day-to-day. Nostalgic and wistful, it is about how folks produce structure in ways to look at the earth and sky and their position in them. It’s not involved with possession or real estate, but what persons create to fulfill their goals of escape. The very time-shortened notion of “weekend” reminds that it’s a non permanent respite.