On the lush green landscape of the beautiful Stokkoya island in Norway sits a peaceful retreat surrounded by incredible views of nature. The Stokkoya Cabin By Kappland Arkitekter is an all-year vacation home where you can put your digital life on pause.
The wooden black cabin is anchored on a concrete slab, allowing the structure to hover gently over the slope. Its structure is inspired by coastal rock formations, creating layers to provide shelter from the wind. Inside the minimalist cabin, you’ll find a kitchen, living, and dining room area with simple, clean designs, as well as integrated furniture. The large glass windows around the cabin help you stay connected to nature as you relax and recharge during your visit. You can access the seaside timber retreat via a walking trail to the north where you’ll find a staircase that leads to a small entrance. Reconnect to Mother Nature and yourself with this secluded cabin in Norway.
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