Hadars house: Minimal Scandinavian living by Asante Architecture & Design

The Hadars house is a 50m2 residence located right on the coast of Stokkøya, Norway. The eco-friendly miniature home was created by Stockholm, Sweden-based architecture firm,
Asante Architecture & Design.

The house is part of the project Bygda 2.0, a rural development project focusing on developing modern Norwegian houses in a dynamic context combined with spaces for businesses and research activities. A place to live, work and enjoy. Hadar’s house is located on the rocks next to the shoreline, creating a beautiful view over the water. The house is made up of burned wood, which is a traditional Japanese technique and has a modern low-energy heating system using firewood. The Scandinavian design aesthetic combined with Japanse influences and innovative sustainable solutions are what make this residence truly unique and inspirational.


Photos by Marius Rua

 

Chiraine Rosina

Chiraine is stylist and contributing editor of Plant Light Book

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