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  • Discover the true Norwegian vernacular architecture of Støtt Top of Helgeland. The Norwegian vernacular building themes which are referred to as "byggeskikk” drew inspiration from generational construction techniques that dates back centuries. Most of Norwegian architecture was comprised of natural materials, having been constructed from logs, stone, and hearth. Many of these elements can be seen throughout the hotel, its design staying true to its origins and heritage.

  • Gaze at the iconic medieval "stave church" design that has been eloquently interwoven to the structure. Stave churches were typically designed using wooden timber framing known as "post and lintel" which are widely spaced vertical posts that are supported by horizontal ones. The steep roofs and intricately laid beams characterize the overall design of stave churches and can be seen in some areas throughout the property.

  • Take in the similarities of the Norwegian structure to that of conventional Romanesque style church that are seen throughout Europe. Many of the elements are the same as the architecture that was used to construct the buildings. Guided portals were prevalent in this style architecture and are connected to Norse iconography and local alpine landscapes which are seen throughout Støtt.
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