weekend house

straume

sildegarnsholmen, remøy 2012 - 2016

An old warehouse was washed away by an extreme storm in 1992. We are allowed to erect a new building with the same volume. The new building is completely anonymous when not in use, but transforms when it is inhabited. 7 steel frames establish the main construction. Four wooden boxes are hung in these frames, and it is all covered in a timber envelope

 

Awards

Shortlisted to European Mies van der Rohe award 2017

Shortlisted to NAL architecture award

Nominated to Norwegian Steel Construction Award

Published                             

- Made in Norway - New Norwegian Architecture, 2016, Arkitektur N, Oslo, - Norway and Birkhäuser, Basel, Switzerland

- ArkitekturN no6-2016

- New Nordic Architecture, 2017, Archipress M, Copenhagen, Denmark

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

- News in Nordic Architecture, Ibler, Archipress M, Copenhagen, 2017

- EU mies award 17 – the jury selection, fundacio mies van der rohe, Barcelona, 2017

- Wood Architecture today , Andreu Bach, booq publishing SL, Barcelona, 2018

- archdaily 2019

- archello 2019

- New Nordic Houses, Bradbury, Thames&Hudson, London, 2019

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

- Scandinavian Architecture, Andreu Bach, booq publishing SL, Barcelona, 2020

Featured                              

The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes – Series 2:7. Norway, 2018, BBC

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photo credits: Meirenntusenord - Kristoffer Ytterland

photo credits: Peter Straume

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photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

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photo credits: Inger Marie Grini

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photo credits: Inger Marie Grini