The Arctic Circle might seem like an unconventional summer getaway, but FORDYPNINGSROMMET proves that the sun that never sets is a gorgeous escape from the city during the warmer months. Cradled in the coast of the Fleinvær archipelago in Norway, the series of twelve houses act as a rental property with a constellation of different buildings for eating, sleeping, and working. Each cabin is built from local timber with an unassuming flair: They exist in harmony with the natural landscape. Ready to see more cabins and retreats off the beaten path? Check out our book The Hinterland.
Images © Fredrik Asplin, Anne Bråtveit, and Kathrine Sørgård
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