Settled on a level in Norway, a bunch of lodges make up Tungestølen. The task was planned by Snøhetta as a sanctuary for visiting explorers and was charged by Luster Turlag after the first structure was wrecked by tornado Dagmar. Every one of the nine pentagonal structures is developed from wooden paste lam outlines that have been shrouded in sheets of CLT and clad in mineral pine. The primary lodge houses a collective space for eating and mingling while the rest of the structures offer facilities for up to 50 visitors. Fitted with rakish molded coating, each lodge outlines in perspectives on the encompassing scene including perspectives on Jostedalen icy mass.