建筑设计：sivilarkitet espen surnevik as
照片版权：Rasmus Norlander, Espen Surnevik, Maren Hansen
Pan森林小屋是为业主 PAN-tretopphytter 特别定制的出租小屋。该项目位于挪威东部名为Finnskogen的森林地区，是16世纪芬兰移民在这里定居形成的。这些小屋是对客户的意愿的直观回应，他们希望通过拥有这样独特的建筑，同场地、景观以及北欧森林之间产生带有神话色彩的联系。小屋的设计具有休憩功能，可以让人们在挪威野生的自然环境中自在独处，享受舒适的住宿体验。
Other Participants:Engineer Finn-Erik Nilsen
Text description provided by the architects. The PAN-cabins are rental cabins made special for the client PAN-tretopphytter. The project is located in the eastern forest area of Norway, called Finnskogen, after Finish immigrants steeling here in the 16th century. The cabins are made as an intuitive response to the client\'s will and vision of having unique Architecture with an almost mythological link to the place, landscape, and Nordic forests. The cabins are planed with retreat-qualities that offer the possibility for a comfortable stay all alone in the middle of the wild nature of Norway.
The cabins are lifted 8m up over the ground on a slender steel structure. Each of the cabins four constructive legs is suspended 6m down in the bedrock under the cabins in order to take care of all wind loads on the structure. The cabins have a mezzanine containing a double bed. On the main floor, there are a kitchen area and a small Livingroom-area with fireplace. In the middle, there is a full heated bathroom with shower and water-toilet.
Two permanent sofas can easily be turned in to beds. There are even two more beds integrated into the interior walls in the cabins. In total there can be six complete sleeping places. The artistic approach in the project deals with the ambiguity of putting a man-made, civilized, and intellectually object, like a building, into the subtitle and wild nature. The elevated buildings become a literal safe outpost for the controlled modern life as we know it from an urban context, but surrounded by the mysterious universe of the forest with all its forces and myths.