Sitting high above the rest of the world and secluded from the busy day-to-day that they endure sits the Infinity House in Northern Norway. The Infinity House was designed for lovers of a quiet retreat into the wilderness to recharge their batteries in a remote location. Featuring panoramic views of the Norwegian Sea along with sprawling mountains, a concrete, angular home sits atop a towering hill. Massive windows afford these views even from inside of its concrete structure complete with a black, 21-meter infinity pool and a secret staircase. The heated pool has been divided into two different sections, one with a swimming lane and the other with a resting bath. Designed as one large, breathable open space, the Infinity House itself has a living room, bedroom and kitchen all on one floor. The interior of the home is muted and understated, allowing the views around you to provide the decor instead.

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