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PAN-tretopphytter (PAN treetop-cabins) // sivilarkitekt espen surnevik as

Hedmark, Norway

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Project type: The project is cabins which can be rented from www.panhytter.noLocation: The eastern part of Norway, close to the Swedish border, two hours driving north of Oslo. Gjesåsen (place) – Åsnes (local district) – Hedmark (district) – NorwaySite:Large forest-property owned by the Clients, as part of the huge forest-area called “Finnskogen” (Finlandian-forests) in Norway.Project size:There are built two PAN-cabins based on the same drawings but customized to fit specific to the local site and topography.

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© Architekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander

Client considers building two more cabins.Cabins size:Cabins are approximately 40 square meters inside, and have a free height inside of 5,4m, free length inside of 8,4m, and a free width inside 3,7m. Cabin functions:There is a mezzanine with a double bed, and there is possibility for six sleeping places in total.

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© Architekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander

© Architekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander

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Extra sleeping places is provided by beds that are integrated into the inner walls, and which can be tilted out when needed. The cabins are supported with a complete bathroom with water-toilet and shower. There is a small kitchen and a fireplace. The cabins are full insulated and have electrical heating in all the wood floors.Cabins materials:The cabins have a main structure made of steel which are suspended 6m into the bedrock in order to take up all wind loads on the cabins.

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© Architekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander

© Architekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander

© Architekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander

The cladding is mainly in black oxidized zinc and black steel. There are used a large number of different steel-dimensions and steel-qualities in order to the required need on each and every detail. Interior are made manly of wood with highly precision crafted details of pine-wood. Textiles are made of local 100% wool.Client: PAN-tretopphytter (PAN treetop-cabins) Founders Kristian Rostad & Christine MowinckelArchitect: Espen Surnevik – professor at The Oslo School of ArchitectureCollaborating structural engineer: Finn-Erik NilsenContractor woodwork: Bygg- og Tømrermester Terje Nymoen ASContractor steelwork.

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© Architekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander

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