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Luxury homes: A dreamy retreat on a Norwegian mountain

The ski retreat in Kvitfjell, Norway was designed by its architect-homeowners to blend into the surrounding natural landscape.

This ski retreat in Kvitfjell, Norway was designed by its architect-homeowners to blend into the surrounding natural landscape. Here, we discover how a shared love of the mountains and their architectural expertise led to the construction of this holiday home.

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    Having a holiday home tucked away in the mountains is a dream for many, and for architects Casper and Lexie Mork-Ulnes, it became a reality when they decided to design and build a family retreat themselves in Kvitfjell, Norway. Inspired by a shared love of the mountains, snow and skiing, they selected a 2,000sqm site located 943 metres above sea level in the west of Kvitfjell, which means White Mountain in Norwegian.

This article was originally published in Home & Decor.

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