Positioned near the Ålsheia ski resort, Sirdalen Home is surrounded by a beautiful mountainous panorama, offering its homeowners the right getaway area all 12 months spherical. The vacation home was designed by Filter Arkitekter, a structured studio based mostly in Oslo, Norway. Constructed on a steep slope, the construction is partially nestled into the mountain, integrating into the pure atmosphere completely. The roof is partly lined by the terrain, whereas the facet partitions and clear, minimalist traces are designed to enrich the panorama but stand out on the similar time. The 2 flooring comprise two residing rooms, bedrooms, a sauna, a kitchen, an eating room, and a storage. The façade options giant glass home windows crafted with minimal frames and sills, guaranteeing uninterrupted views of the mountains. Designed as a maintenance-free home, the construction is constructed from concrete and is about to turn into much more built-in into nature because the floor will purchase water stains and moss and lichen will begin to develop. To steadiness the coldness of city concrete, the architects maximized the views to deliver nature inside and included heat picket parts all through the inside. The result’s a brutalist and classy vacation home that other than feeling comfy and welcoming, can be a pure a part of the panorama it inhabits.