The Summer House Vestfold 2 Loses Itself On The Rocky Shore


The Summer House Vestfold 2 was designed by the team from JVA and completed in 2009. It measures 300 square meters and sits on the coast of Vestfold, Norway, blending in nicely with its rocky surroundings. The residence replaced an older building and it was necessary to respect some regulations regarding its color, shape and materials. Well, the team did a great job, as the house almost goes unnoticed if you look at it from certain angles. Being made from stone, glass and wood really helps it borrow the landcape’s appearance without interfering with its aspect.
The inside of the home is focused on opening the spaces up towards the terrace and the infinity pool, but especially towards the infinite blue of the ocean. The views are simply breath taking, as you’ll see for yourself in the gallery from below.

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