By Dian Hasan | June 10, 2010
When you think of Scandinavian Design you tend to think about an urban setting, with the clean and modern cities that celebrate egalitarianism, civic order, and a perfect blend of old and new design & architecture.
There’s of course the great outdoors where all the raw material and inspiration for the wonderful design comes from. One place where both elements come together in perfect sync is the Juvet Landscape Hotel & Spa in Geirangerfjord, Norway.
Juvet comprises an existing quaint farmhouse, a barn, and seven separate cabin structures scattered in a virgin scenery. Each cabin features floor-to-ceiling glass windows, overlooking the craggy Norwegian setting, with a view of either the farm, river, valley, mountains or the ravine.
Designed by Norwegian Architect Firm Jensen & Skodvin, the rooms are of modern design that blend into the landscape, creating a harmonious marriage where Nature and modern design bring out the best in each other.
Pure serenity and total immersion in the natural rugged surrounding landscape.