The property consists of nine separate cabins, each serving a different purpose and all with spectacular views. There’s four for sleeping (the resort accommodates a maximum of 12 guests) one for cooking, a sauna and a bathhouse.
“We wanted to push the guests out in nature and the building tradition out there is really small houses,” owner Håvard Lund tells CNN Travel. “So therefore we quite quickly ended up with what we named a mono-functional theory of houses.”
(CNN) – How do you squeeze a luxury hotel resort into a cabin? Norway’s Fordypningsrommet, on the remote northern island of Fleinvær, has come up with the answer – “deconstructing” everything you’d want from high-end accommodation into a cluster of beautiful buildings scattered across an outstanding Arctic landscape.