PAN: Treetop House Offers New Perspective of Norwegian Forest
The western parts of Norway are known for steep mountains and fjords. While at the same time, the north of Norway have the best possibilities in the world for observing the aurora borealis, the northern light. There are a lots of can be done in Norway but do it all by yourself isn’t easy for everyone. PAN Treetop cabin is designed under such background and offers a unique possibility for tourists who want to experience the quiet of the forest, exciting activities, traditional food and extraordinary animal life.
As most of other treetop cabin, PAN Treetop cabins are built with the mind that it should easily settle into the landscape without making a big change in the surrounding nature. The angle and placement of the cabins have carefully been adjusted to the sun in order to provide an optimum experience of natural light and nature at any time. The large glass facades lets all the natural light pour in, adding ambiance to the experience while simultaneously heating up the living area. The energy efficient design of the cabin naturally minimizes the energy expenditure and thus supports the vision of creating an environmentally conscious recreational activity.
The cabins are not attached to the trees due to safety measures and for the sake of preserving the nature. The cabin is placed on top of four pillars that are anchored to natural rocky ground which makes the cabins just as safe as a house that’s built on the ground. PAN Treetop cabins are built to withstand the force of more than two hurricanes making them safe for every weather condition that this part of Norway will experience.