Ski In, Stroll Out: Reiulf Ramstad Designs a House for all Seasons in Norway

Reiulf Ramstand Architects clad a weekend house near Hol, Norway, with local pine. Photography by James Silverman.

A painted steel fireplace descends from the living room’s ceiling. Photography by James Silverman.

Untreated pine decking links the guest cabin with the main house. Photography by James Silverman.

Verner Panton chairs line the custom pine dining table. Photography by James Silverman.

The roof’s pine planks conceal a waterproof membrane. Photography by James Silverman.

A seating alcove takes advantage of the angle where the three wings of the house meet. Photography by James Silverman.

The mezzanine is reached via a ladder in the bedroom corridor. Photography by James Silverman.

Locally woven wool covers cushions on the playroom’s banquette. Photography by James Silverman.

In the three children’s rooms, built-in plywood bunks incorporate storage. Photography by James Silverman.

Mattias Stahlbom pendant fixtures help light the living room. Photography by James Silverman.

The main entry is below the living room, while a door below the dining room leads to ski storage. Photography by James Silverman.

The counter and fireplace in the kitchen are both poured concrete. Photography by James Silverman.

Glass protects the floor beneath the living room’s fireplace. Photography by James Silverman.

Perforated shutters are the same boards as the rest of the facade. Photography by James Silverman.

Though the largest bedroom is closest to the bathroom and sauna, there is no en suite access. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by James Silverman.

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