Perched on the top of a hill in Southern Norway’s Lister Region, this dual-structure residence known as the Twin Cabins provides a cozy respite from the Scandinavian winter. Located only a stone’s throw from half-a-dozen renowned ski resorts and a handful of other arctic adventures, the wedge-shaped buildings are comprised of a strategically-positioned wall and roofline that provides a sheltered courtyard area that sits in between the two parts of the property.
Dark-stained timber panels — running horizontally on some sides and vertically on others — constitute the exterior of the two cabins, while windows have been thoughtfully placed to showcase the property’s best hilltop views. Moving inside, almost the entirety of the cabins sport split panels and plywood made from pine, resulting in a modern, understated aesthetic. Black wooden cabinets and a black wood-burning stove provide a bit of contrast, while contemporary spherical wooden pendant lights bring a more artistic, modern vibe to the table. The tastefully-designed cabins are complimented greatly by their prime choice of real estate, too.