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Norwegian architectural studio Reiulf Ramstad Architects has designed a summer house in Fuglevik, Norway. The unique feature of this design is that all the windows of house face in one way only. The front of the house is completely open with large glass partitions and doors while the backside is completely covered with wood. In designer’s words, “The house is designed around the concept of a mono-view, meaning that the house opens up to the landscape in one direction only. This gives the entire indoor experience a sense of unambiguous orientation and intensifies the sense of bringing the landscape into the house.”
Image Courtesy: Reiulf Ramstad Architects