Earth, Water, Air, Fire: Handcrafted Cabin by Snøhetta Celebrates Norway

The living area’s fireplace combines a soapstone hearth with an oiled steel hood. Photography by James Silverman.

Pine and stone dominate the facade of the cabin, near the village of Etne. Photography by James Silverman.

Built-in banquettes, upholstered in wool felt, double as berths for sleeping. Photography by James Silverman.

A Cor-Ten steel beam anchors the cabin to a concrete foundation. Photography by James Silverman.

Turf covers the roof. Photography by James Silverman.

Materials transported to the site via snowmobile. Photography by James Silverman.

A helicopter carrying the steel frame. Photography by James Silverman.

The frame standing 14 feet tall. Photography by Trygve Øvstebø.

Glazing faces south. Photography by James Silverman.

Laying the hand-cut pine planks for the ceiling. Photography by James Silverman.

The roof substrate in pine and spruce nearly complete. Photography by James Silverman.

Its strips previously soaked in the fjord to achieve curvature. Photography by Trygve Øvstebø.

For access to the sleeping loft, a log was hand-carved to create footholds. Photography by James Silverman.

Dishware by Catharina Kippel sits on the kitchen counter. Photography by James Silverman.

The fjord-side site is 1 mile above sea level. Photography by James Silverman.

Tar surfaces the pine paneling. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by James Silverman.

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