Norway’s Lund Hagem Arkitekter have an unique relationship with nature. For each building, the built and natural landscape are anlyzed, determining which parts of a site should remain unbuilt, and which microclimates would best lend themselves to domestic living. Established in 1984, the firm has staked their reputation on their unique sensitivity to the interplay between form, material and the building’s already-existing surroundings. Impressions from the landscape and local buildings create a vocabulary they use as their basis for creating modern architecture rooted in the Nordic tradition. This book presents small buildings and cabins, in which the interplay between built and unbuilt natural landscape achieves its maximum effect.