The world's biggest moose sculpture was recently unveiled in Norway, much to the chagrin of Canada, which previously held the record.
We love treehouses, and cabins in the woods. These modern cabins on stilts are the best of both worlds, bringing contemporary design and accommodations directly into the tree canopy, making them feel very much like a part of the forest.
Through incredible drone footage, we see the scale, majesty, and natural wonders of Norway in amazing detail.
The Svart Powerhouse is a hyper energy-efficient hotel in the arctic circle with 360 degree views of the neighboring glaciers.
"Under" is a the name of an ambitious underwater restaurant being developed by the architecture firm Snøhetta, in Norway.
Wonderful surrealist art installations by Rune Guneriussen in his native Norway.
The world's first full scale ship tunnel, in Norway.
Norway is gorgeous, and Morten Rustad has done it justice with this 4K time lapse video of the seasons changing throughout the country. Take a look.
If you haven’t seen Ex Machina, the sleek, futuristic thriller, put it on your shortlist. Not least of which is for the movie’s locale, deep in the wood’s at a brilliant billionaire’s lair. It just so happens that the sleek building in …
The fjords of Norway are a place we’ve always wanted to go, and the perspective from Tomasz Furmanek and his kayak adventures only make us want to visit more. Beautiful places, carefully captured. Via Faithistorment:
Per Kristian Nygård has a striking and dramatic installation at NoPlace gallery in Oslo. Grown weeks earlier from grass seed, the living sculpture called Not Red But Green is a great juxtaposition of form and texture. Via UrDesign.
No doubt there is a mental list of places in the world you’d like to visit. Well, get ready to add to it. The Cool Hunter is known for gathering images of far-away and impossibly beautiful places, and here is their 7th …
The Sami people live a comparatively simple, cold and beautiful life in the northern parts of Scandinavia. Norwegian.com has an in-depth story and gallery on some of the customs and traditions of these indigenous northerners. The portraits show the purity and closeness …
Some haunting and etherial Arctic scenes by photographer Reuben Wu taken on the frozen island of Svalbard in northern Norway. Using a vintage Polaroid and other film cameras, Wu’s images are striking in both their desolation and rough beauty. Via Wired: The imposing entrance …