The Juvet hotel fully embraces the surrounding environment, allowing it to dictate its form and its beauty. JSA Jensen & Skodvin architects designed a hotel where each room is a separated small house that all works together in becoming nature’s faithful lover through its openness and layout. The rooms each have one or two walls constructed in glass. Views of the gorgeous mountain terrain is unique with different characteristics depending on how each room is placed. No room looks at each other creating a surprising view of the dramatic landscape that changes with the weather, time of day and the seasons.

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