Terrace Malmoya, Norway
Norwegian summers may be intensive and rich in sunny days, but they last only for a short time. Therefore, the owners of this private house, which is situated on the island Malmøya in Oslo, want to use this time as effectively as possible. Among other things, they prettified their summers by spending them on a Kebony-terrace made by Mareiner Holz. Its rainforest optic matches perfectly with the Scandinavian shoreline. This wooden viewpoint is already coated with a patina, due to the harsh Nordic climate. But if you enjoy yourself there on a cloudless summer day, you only have to picture the pine trees as palm trees in order to create the feeling of being a hundred kilometers further to the south.