The Himmelkutter weekend residence sits on a steep slope inside the mountainous metropolis of Sandnes, Norway and was designed by Tommie Wilhelmsen. The unusually shaped residence has a triangular tip that juts out slicing the sky in two giving it its determine, which interprets to “Heaven cutter.” Part of the house is stacked in a cube-like sort with a barely crescent-shaped sort coming out from it. All sides of the house look completely totally different, which was intentional on the architect’s half.
The wall of flooring-to-ceiling residence home windows within the main part of the house gives good views to the valley underneath and permits most daylight to flood the world. I love the picket slats on the ceiling and the best way it mixes with the concrete partitions, identical to the surface of the house.
Photos by Nils Petter Dale.