Telemark Legacy Cabin

In the picturesque region of Mørkdal, Norway, above the serene Moskede Lake, stands a rustic shed with a deep-rooted history intertwined with winter sports. The shed is perched on a gentle slope, surrounded by lush greenery and vibrant yellow blooms that add a splash of color to the verdant landscape.

This area is not only visually stunning but also holds historical significance as the birthplace of telemark skiing, famously developed by Sondre Norheim, who was born nearby in 1825. Norheim is celebrated for inventing the modern telemark turn, and local legends speak of him skiing down this very ridgeline.

The exterior of the shed is weathered, showcasing years of exposure to the elements. Its wooden planks have aged gracefully, exuding a rustic charm that blends seamlessly with the natural surroundings. The roof, covered with simple metal sheets, adds a touch of rugged practicality to the structure.

Stepping inside, one is greeted by the raw, unadorned beauty of the wooden interior. The planks, though aged, are sturdy and tell tales of countless skiers who have passed through. The shed is designed with large, open gaps that allow a breathtaking view of the rolling hills and valleys beyond. The openings frame the picturesque landscape like natural paintings, inviting visitors to pause and soak in the beauty of Mørkdal.

Telemark Legacy Cabin (Norway Ski Shed)

The shed’s beams and supports, though roughly hewn, are robust and have stood the test of time. Close-up views of the wood reveal intricate details, such as the natural grain and occasional knots, adding to the shed’s character and charm.

This shed is not just a historical artifact; it is also a part of the living tradition of telemark skiing. Modern skiers often traverse the slope, passing through this shed as they descend towards the tranquil Moskede Lake, continuing a legacy that began nearly two centuries ago. The shed stands as a silent witness to the evolution of skiing, from its humble beginnings to the popular sport it is today.

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Additional Project Inclusions

Coffee Table Book

Professional coffee table-style book with photographs and documentation of the site and area

Canvas Image

Large landscape-style high-quality canvas picture of the structure in its original location


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Location Photoshoot

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Installation Photography

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