Situated in Førde, Norway. The plot already contained a group of scattered houses that Villa SM needed to relate to both practically and aesthetically. Due to its position on the plot, the villa creates a courtyard between itself and the existing building. Its form relates to the surrounding architecture by appearing as a series of small houses rather than one object. A combination of wood and concrete merges a traditional with a modern materiality. Glass facades allow the residents to enjoy the view of the stream, while a large terrace can be used to enjoy the sun.
Renderings by Saunders Architecture
- Size252 m2
- LocationFørde, Norway
- StatusIn progress