Existing housing in Brattlien 14 was built in 1947 and originally consisted of a residential building on three floors and attic. A new measure replaces parts of the existing loft with a new secluded attic floor carried a lightweight construction. Loft floor is positioned as far into the underlying mountainside as possible, in order to reduce the visibility of Brattlien as much as possible. 2 new glass vessel tugs with glued corners in the building's two middle floors offer stunning views over Bergen. The intention behind the bay window has also been a desire to strengthen the dwelling horizontal touch. The home has undergone a total refurbishment that has resulted in an apartment building that reflects our time to a greater extent than the surrounding buildings - and in certain aspects contrasted the existing. Nevertheless, the building establishes a relationship between the new and the old in that proportions and heights have been taken care of and reflect the area's character.