Oslo small-housing development by Dahle Dahle Breitenstein

Dahle Dahle had created a set of 8 houses in the Oslo region of Norway in a very different way. A set of 4 two storey patio houses is modelled on a very rare row house design, and stands as the best architectural design in the Scandinavian country.You would love the feel of the house, right from the entrance point. When you enter the house you would have to go through the garden, which leads you to the entrance. Finally, the design of the house ensures that sufficient light enters inside from outside the building.

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Built from concrete and faced with narrow black-painted wooden boards, horizontal on the long facades and upright on the short facades, the houses love the green energy because feauture 100 sqm of solar collector panels which are mounted on the south-facing façade. All floors have water-borne underfloor heating system, supplemented by gas heater.

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