enebolig/single family house

bøe/møller

bærum 2011-14

 

This house is rather introvert due to the site being without much view, instead turning the attention towards the six small atriums (some covered), a beautiful pine tree and a 8m deep forest of maple and birch.

Walls and floors are brick constructions while the roof is massive wood.

 

The house won the Bærum municipality's architecture award in 2014,

and in 2015 the project was awarded the “Masonry Award”. It recieved honorable mention in the 2016 Norwegian Award for Building Design.

 

Published:

- Mur+Betong no2-2014

A new golden age. Nordic architecture & landscape, Ibler, Archipress M, Copenhagen, 2015

- Morgenbladet no51-2016

- House Bøe/Møller – Weekend house Straume, asBUILT 18, Pax, Oslo, 2017

- the idea of domesticity of Knut Hjeltnes - The Straume and Bøe Møller houses, Flora, Lettera Ventidue, Siracusa, 2019

- D2 no44-2020

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

photo credits: Rickard Riesenfeld

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