29.4.2015

Restaurant Tusen Ramundberget

We chose a site with a nice view, easy accessible site for skiers in all weather types and where the low standing sun could reach this spot in February/March. When we put out the restaurant it was midsummer, on a dry flat place, near a creek, at the tree line. Well visible on distance for the skier’s.

In this unique and sensitive context we wanted a building in harmony with the nature, the year around and day and night. Birch is the only tree that grows up to this altitude where the mountain moor starts.

The site is sometimes very windy. The buildings round shape let the winds pass, and drop the snow beside the entrance. By letting the standing full length trunks frame in a protected entrance area we achieved a sunny calm outdoor area at the entrance. Open to the slopes.

We choose birch as it is a local nature given façade material. You not need to paint it and it are nice to look at even when the bark is falling of. The big dimensions strands strong against the hard weather and a trunk is easy exchangeable if necessary. The logs also protect the underlying construction and let the snow stay and strengthen the experience of the facade in the winter.

By choosing a wooden construction we achieved low weight. It is a prefabricated building with small impact on the ground and a way to minimize the building time. The birch bark/white birch plywood on the inside of the facade mirrors the exterior and invites the surrounding nature to the inside.

The interior is both spatial an intimate. Each window in the restaurant is framing a unique view on both levels. The upper windows are for experience the stars and the northern lights. The interior colours are inspired by moss and lichens and the cloudberries. The food that is served in the restaurant on local stone plates is local, reindeer and trout.

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The restaurant has its own sewage treatment system and gets its own water from a spring in the ground nearby. The building is warmed up by ground heating and heat exchangers take care of the warmth from the air and water. To top up during really cold days electrical heating is used.

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