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The hideout is built on a steep slope facing a small mountain lake in the south of Norway. It is build on a secret location, away from all the small trails leading to the lake. It is only accessible by boat in summer and by skis in winter when the lake is frozen.
▼项目概览，project overview ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
▼从湖对岸看向小屋，view from the lake to the hideout ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
The family owning the land lives in a secluded farm across the lake where there is a berth in which the owner keeps a small rowing boat. For several generations the family’s small lake has been their preferred retreat for fishing, swimming or camping in solitude. In recent years, this beautiful place has been discovered by more and more people, and due to the Norwegian law of Public right of access (Allemannsretten) one can no longer expect to be alone here. It is this desire to reunite to nature and the possibility to retreat, completely isolated from other people that determined the inconvenient site; farthest away, behind a rock, shaded and lacking mobile and internet reception. Elements that could be considered inconvenient in the past and more and more becoming luxurious nowadays.
▼丛林视角下的小屋和湖泊，a jungle perspective ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
When in use, the hideout, serves as a place to seek for fishing, light a fire, have a nap and disconnect from any technological distraction for the clients to get in touch with the primal human condition of solitude surrounded by wild nature. When not in use, the hideout sits quietly and modestly in nature as if it were one of its creatures; blending in with the forest behind and even serving as pitstop for thirsty birds on their way to the lake.
▼与大自然融为一体，blend in with nature ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
The scree is dug out by hand and the removed rocks are placed in the water forming a natural pier for docking the boat and access. The hideout is made out of a timber skeleton and clad with birch twigs to give a camouflaging effect whilst keeping an insulating layer of air beneath the snow.
▼项目模型，project modle ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
▼小屋入口，the entrance ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
As one enters the hideout through the “ear” of the creature one encounters a narrow entry zone that has a built in desk with infinity views to the lake. It is a space to work, think and gaze to natures cinema. The space has also enough size to permit a change of clothes and storing your backpack. Up two steps, there is an open room for two people to lie down underneath the tower shaped skylight which creates a sacred atmosphere due to its height and small aperture.
▼从室内看向工作台和湖泊，view from the interior to the workbench and lake ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
Unlike the texturized natural exterior the clean white interior is envisioned to create the facing effect to nature and foster it. To emphasize a controlled human made environment, minimalistic and simplistic to boost the properties of nature; resembling a movie theater where the black environment contrasts with the image amplifying the effect and dramatism of the visual spectacle.
▼窗台细部，details in window ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
▼入口细部，details in the door ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
▼平面图，plan ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
▼立面图，elevation ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
▼剖面图，section ©Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás
Architects: Astrid Wang, Olav Lunde Arneberg, Ole Larsen, Mariana de Delás
Project Location: Telemark, Norway – 2017
Photography: Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter & Mariana de Delás