Tuesday, 4 May 2010


This is the entrance to the biggest cottage at Sola Beach.
It is owned by Statoil. (Oil and Gas company)
Well, I guess it must be a magnificent view from inside as well as many nice details.
What I do like is the architecture and the natural materials they have used.
And the building fits very well in to the landscape.

10 comments:

James Mark said...

I agree with your comment about the architecture. We have Statoil people in York this week so I suppose some will be from Stavanger. And, usual, a nice shot.

gogouci said...

I bet there is a beautiful view from the inside. By the looks of it, the opposite wall may be one giant window.

Shanna said...

I know nothing about the geography of Norway, but I do know a Norwegian artist really well. He taught in Oslo after a time here in Los Angeles where he attracted a large following. including me.
His name is Jan Saether and he divides his time now between Norway and France.

Halcyon said...

I love this building as well. Those stones are fabulous. I bet it is a nice place inside too!

Jacob said...

Gorgeous! I can imagine the interior is lush!

Johnny said...

Una casa preciosa en la playa. Quien pudiera tenerla¡¡¡¡
Gracias por tu comentario

B SQUARED said...

It certainly is impressive looking.

VP said...

Now I'm curious about the inside...

lorrimills said...

This is a lovely capture of tones, light, texture blends and contrasts.

JM said...

Great architecture, love the stone walls and the porch! It must be great inside too.

As to 'Laura', in Portugal it was not uncommon to name private villas after the owner, there still are plenty of examples all over the country.