farmhouse

dalaker/galta

rennesøy 2003-05 and 2011-13

 

The house was erected on remains of an existing pigsty so that the most valuable land was left untouched. The house is conceived as a deformed tube and is constructed with prefabricated elements of massive wood in both floor, walls and roof. The entire building is clad with fibre cement boards.

 

2013 an extension with 2 bedrooms for the children and an additional living room was completed.

Awards:

Houens Fond diploma 2019

 

Published:

- Forum-02/06, Stockholm, Sweden

- Bo Bedre - 05/06

- Atlas of 21th Century World Arch, Phaidon, London, 2008

- ArkitekturN - 01/09, Oslo, Norway

- New Single-Family Houses - Made by Nordic Architects, Arkitektens forlag, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2010

- Norwegian talks, architetture di Knut Hjeltnes, Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk e Jensen&Skodvin, Flora and Postiglione, Quodlibet studio, Macerata Italy, 2010

- Made in Norway, Ingerid Helsing Almaas, Birkhäuser, Zürich, Switzerland, 2010

- Spor – Norwegian Architecture 2005-2010, Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo, Norway, 2012

- Area-  no116, Milan, Italy

 

 

 

 

photo credits: Tom Galta

photo credits: Tom Galta

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

photo credits: Nils  Petter Dale