Perched on a hill Swedish, this restaurant is designed by Murman Arkitekter coated birch trunks. A second skin inspired by nature, holding the snow to melt the architecture in the background.
Located in a resort in Ramundberget in Sweden, this construction by Murman Arkitekter, an architectural firm in Stockholm, is adorned with long birch trunks left rough. Inspired by the surrounding vegetation, this second facade protects the building from icy winds. The frustoconical shape of the construction retains snow along the wooden studs and reduces wind resistance while offering a panoramic view to visitors. This restaurant was awarded a first prize at the last World Architecture Festival in Barcelona.
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Source: The Design Blog