Fresh graduates and inexperienced beginners always face this loop where the job industry asks for experience and till you don’t get employed how do freshers get experience! After completing their studies, architects Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen decided to skip the loop and venture into the big bad world on their own steam. Their project, the Summer Home at Hardanger, displays their talents and showcases their potential as budding architects. Besides the actual structure, what really makes them worthy of praise is the clever designing of the boardwalk. In spite of the trees in the path, the duo included them into the track, creating a harmony between man and nature.
This is what true designing is, leaving natural surroundings intact while offering the ultimate in luxury. Overlooking a fjord in Hardanger, Norway, the Summer House is an architectural splendor that takes inspiration form the beauty that surrounds the abode. A simple instillation that captures the mood of the landscape, this house offers a relaxed atmosphere to the residents. After all, summer homes are meant for the alternate life, where one breaks free from the shackles of daily routine.
Source Apartment Therapy