The new replacement cottage tip of Jomfruland has got a modern feel with an architecture that is adapted to the landscape and proximity to the sea. The complex consists of the main cabin with accompanying annex and outbuildings that all have clean lines with hard wearing building materials such as glass, zinc, concrete and untreated wood in combination with the use of local slate / drywall. Large glass surfaces dissolves the distinction between inside and outside, and a secluded patio with an outdoors kitchen is sheltered from the weather. The complex, with an outdoor swimming pool, are made to adapt the site's topography to the extent possible, and the modern architecture with its gently sloping gable roof with zinc coating protects the surrounding buildings and solar lighting. The measure shows a modern and carefully considered architecture that will provide exciting contrasts to the neighbourhood of cabins in general.