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This Norwegian mountain hut combines elegance and resistance to storms

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The constructions replace a refuge located in the same place and which was swept by a cyclone in 2011. The pentagonal shapes and the many angles are not an architect's coquetry but a technical response to the extreme wind conditions that can be found in this location. Glulam frames and panels and the use of mineralized pine should also reinforce the structure. It must be recognized that the whole, perched on a plateau offering a spectacular view of the Jostedalen glacier, looks great.

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Perched on a small plateau overlooking the spectacular glacier, Tungestølen is designed to accommodate up to 50 visitors in nine rooms and dormitories. The angular shape of the roof must attenuate the effects of permanent gusts but also gives its character to the building and makes it possible to create openings with original shapes. Furthermore, the architects have worked successfully to create a comfortable and warm atmosphere. The raw wood, the sober color palette and the minimalist equipment make it possible to integrate the construction gently into its environment.

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