The family house is placed on the upper part of the sloped site,
offering great views towards the south. An annex is placed on the
lower part of the plot with a courtyard formed between the two.
Both buildings are timber log structures placed on an elevated base
wall of concrete. This foundation wall is elevated in order to
handle the height differences in the surrounding terrain. The
buildings combine traditional vernacular log techniques with a
modern architectural expression. This really comes to show by using
large glass surfaces mounted between the knots of the log
structure. Interplay between glass-framed parts and the log
structure arises - creating varied spaces. The mai shape of the two
houses has a clear reference to the formal language of the
traditional building style, both in terms of volume and the angle
of the roof. The interior wood is treated with a grey color with
contrasting colored furniture.