It is a modern and minimal cluster house located on a majestic hillside facing the Mjøsa lake and Norwegian woods. Designed by Norm Architects, Gjøvik House offers a cozy and inviting feel for hibernating on frigid days of winter.


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The main goal of designing this modern cluster house is about giving a sensation of being together without being in the same room. This can be achieved with thresholds defined by switching materials and levels.



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There are overlapping cubes of different sizes in this house that can make for an intimate and dynamic family home. With materials, levels, and inbuilt, tailor-made, contemporary furniture such as a sleeper sofa, this house is able to provide a minimal yet warm and secluded feeling.



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It is a warm house that merges with its site in a humble and natural manner, embracing the hillside terrain gracefully.

After considering the climate of the site for the house’s design process, a cluster-style house comes as the main idea to give a cozy and inviting feel.

This house becomes a perfect place for hibernating and sheltering in winter.


Gjøvik House Gallery

Images Source: Norm Architects