This is Norway. I just wish it looked this nice now. It has turned so modern. All my recent pics are from a museum at Bygdøy in Oslo called “Norsk Folkemuseum”. They have lots of old, norwegian houses and a stave church. Just really cultural and beautiful!
In a movie the settings sometimes don’t physically exist, unlike the recent science fiction film Ex Machina. The filmmakers cobbled together two real life locations with visual effects and sets to create a stunning world.
Much of the home used in the final film is actually a hotel: the Juvet Landscape Hotel, from the Norwegian team at Jensen & Skodvin Architects.
Yes there are 4 bedrooms with bath in room and ensuite! The Dune House by Norwegian architects JVA (Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter MNAL) and built on the shore in Thorpness, England is available for holiday rental.
“Architecture needs relationship … Architecture ought to be interesting rather than pretty … Architecture should be exiting, not just satisfying … Architecture is not just about the money.”