Wednesday, 16 November 2011


A music student told me that this little house is a guest house for conductors or muscians who come and work for the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra.
I have not had this confirmed by their press office, but I think it looks nice to have a private little house, next to the concert hall. I think that it is also a much better, and a more personal experience for people than they would get from staying in a hotel.

8 comments:

Rob and Mandy said...

You went back in time about 100 years to take this photo. We would LOVE living in this house!

Jack said...

This is such a charming little house, Gunn. It is probably too late for me to take up music in order to get the ability to stay here . . .

Farmchick said...

This looks like a sweet, country cottage.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

A charming house in the woods. The light and shadows leave no doubt what season it is.

Jeroen said...

Looks like the perfect place if you want to work in a concentrated way on a project. Nice.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I agree Gunn, much more relaxed than a hotel, as long as someone comes in and does the cleaning and cooking haha! Have been catching up in posts I missed, that's quite concerning about the fumes from 'Hillevags-lukta' am I right in saying they make fish feed, so I'm guessing the smell would be pretty disgusting right! Looooved the street art by Alexandre, mega talented oui!

Halcyon said...

What a nice way to welcome guest conductors. I am sure they must appreciate having a place like this to stay! It's reallz cute too.

JM said...

I also agree and the house is lovely!