enebolig/single family house

dysthe/lyngstad

bærum 2002-04

 

The main living space occupies the entire top floor, subdivided by three freestanding objects and open towards the valley. All gound floor bedrooms have direct access to the garden and the four bedrooms can be accessed and combined in a number of ways.

The main construction of the house was erected in two days utilizing prefabricated elements of massive-wood and concrete. 

 

In 2004 the office was awarded the Norwegian Timber Prize, this house was one of three especially mentioned.

 

 

Published:

- A+U-December/04, Tokyo, Japan

- Design Interiør - 06/04

- Byggekunst-05/04 and 06/06, Oslo, Norway

- A+W 215 - Ingenious One-family Houses, sept 08, Stuttgart, Germany

- Atrium 01/08, Bratislava, Slovakia

- Bonytt 02/2008

- Norwegian talks, architetture di Knut Hjeltnes, Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk e Jensen&Skodvin, Flora and Postiglione, 

Quodlibet studio, Macerata, Italy 2010

- ArkitekturDK-3/10, Copenhagen, Denmark

- Home, The twentieth Century House, Sudjic/Beyerle, Lawrence King, Glasgow, UK

 

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale

photo credits: Nils Petter Dale