Toten Tretopphytte

Where the the great lake Mjøsa is at its widest lies Toten Tretopphytte. An ethereal construction placed 11 meters above the forest floor, with a view over Norway’s biggest lake and the nearby tree tops. Modern architecture by Tord Kvien meets the tranquility of the forest, with the birds and trees as nearest neighbors.

With its immediacy the cabin becomes a part of the cultural landscape along with farms, free range animals and local skiers.

Toten Tretopphytte

The characteristic structure is built by local craftsmen in cooperation with owner Ståle Dahl. Further it’s architect Anne Katrin Taagvold and interior designer Kirsten Visdal who created the concept and appliance for the cabin.

Tekla provided the beddding for a clean and natural feel, in an atmosphere where contrasts meet.

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