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  • Project Title

    Aurora Private Lodge


  • Winning Firm

    Snorre Stinessen Architecture AS


  • Lead Designer

    Snorre Stinessen


  • Awarded

    PLATINUM AWARD, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, Prefab Development
  • Project Link
  • Project Location
    Lyngen, Norway
  • Project Status
    Completed
  • Completion Date
    February, 2021
  • Client
    Lyngen Aurora As
  • General Contractor
    Polar Life Haus

  • Architectural Firm
     
  • Architect Firm / Studio Name
  • Lead Architect(s)
    Snorre Stinessen
  • Other Team Memebers
    Emanuela Bonardi, Camilla Austad
  • About Firm
    Snorre Stinessen Architecture is a small studio with offices in Norway and Italy. The studio provides a full range of services from architecture to interior and furniture design and has received a number of international awards and has been widely published for its works.
  • Interior Design Firm
  • Interior Design Firm / Studio
  • Lead Interior Designer(s)
    Snorre Stinessen
  • Other design Team Memebers
    Emanuela Bonardi, Camilla Austad
  • About the interior design firm
    Snorre Stinessen Architecture is a small studio with offices in Norway and Italy. The studio provides a full range of services from architecture to interior and furniture design and has received a number of international awards and has been widely published for its works.

  • Other Credits

A simplistic A-frame design echoes a fundamental shelter; however here tilted back from the seaside to an angle where the roof is aligned with the surrounding terrain, to provide privacy on one side and panoramic views on the other. The main unit houses the living space, three bedrooms with private, en-suite bathrooms and two additional bedrooms with a large, shared bath in a lofted space. Across the covered courtyard lies the kitchen and dining room, designed like a ‘wintergarden’ observatory to provide undisturbed views to both the close terrain and the long view across the sea.

Credits: Snorre Stinessen