Oslo

Oslo is a residence with 195.3 m2 of overall space; it is a wooden building with a simple rectangular shape, 2 storeys, a low gable roof, and a wooden façade. At the street side, the façade is enlivened by free window placement, a partial façade recess above the entrance, and varied façade materials in two main colours. The courtyard-side presence is made lighter by a console eave cover, balconies and horizontal lattices reaching from the balconies to the front of the terrace and the dining room window.

The first storey houses a kitchen, a living room, a dining room and a bedroom/office as living space, and a storm porch, an entrance hall, a storage room, a housekeeping room, a toilet room and a technical room as other space. The second storey houses three bedrooms as living space, and a hall, an intermediate room, a washing room, a wardrobe room, a sauna and a toilet room as other space. The first and the second storey are connected by an open space which is located above the first storey’s dining room and can be made into an additional second-storey bedroom. The storeys are connected by stairs.

The first storey is connected to a carport for 2 cars, and a courtyard-side terrace. The carport is connected to an unheated storage place. The second storey hall has access to a balcony overlooking the side area, and the intermediate room has access to a balcony overlooking the courtyard.