Known for its liberal use of concrete, Snøhetta’s structures are typically bold, often with swooping curves or angled extensions that jut like massive sails. The Åkrafjorden cabin, then, is a study in contrast: It blends in so nicely with the landscape, it’s like a part of the landscape. But the lodge is oriented toward hunters and it makes a stealthy footprint. ADVERTISEMENT“Our challenge in this task was designing a mountain hut of maximum 35m2 with facilities for 21 persons,” Snøhetta writes. A narrow zone by the entrance has equipment for cooking and storage.”Weekend Cabin isn’t necessarily about the weekend, or cabins.