Villa Hellearmen, built by Norwegian architect Tommie Wilhelmsen, is an excellent example of how one project could combine several different materials and also play with shapes and lines, so it looks harmonious and natural ways. The villa is located in Stavengere, Norway. The house has an unusual shape; the complexity is determined by a variety of volumes. The most contemporary exterior element is wooden part, which makes house so striking and individual. Inside the house you can also see a combination of curved and straight forms, as well as plenty of wooden surfaces. The interesting feature is glass window in the floor of the second level, through which you can watch what is happening in the living room. By the way, the author of this project was previously presented in the blog with his Delen Cabin.