Photo: Espen Folgerø
Some homeowners may think doors or archways are boring, so here’s another idea for an entryway: an inward-warping hole.
A workshop at the Bergen School of Architecture in Norway designed and built a cottage at the foot of a mountain that has all the common typologies of a traditional cabin – small size, natural and untreated wood – with the whimsical surprise of an entry portal that looks like a glitch in space-time.
Fast Company Design says about the cabin: “If Thoreau took LSD, this is the cabin he’d design.”
Take a look at Fast Company Design.