At the top of the Imingfjell mountain in Norway, the Hooded Cabin is a sample of unique architecture, while at the same time it remains faithful to the strict guidelines of Alpine architecture, including separated windows, wooden lining, triangular 22-27 degree roof, triple roof protection, from the cold climate.
It has many interiors, while its colors reflect the colors of nature, and become one with the scenery.
The Hooded Cabin resembles a work of art, with its triangular ceiling, creating an image that goes far beyond the usual designs. The house is mostly made of wood.
The roof is made of pine wood, while the interior house is made of oak wood. The large glass windows offer a unique view of the enchanting natural landscape and when time allows, you can enjoy the enormous terrace and the blue of the sky and the sea.