In a small Norwegian village with roughly 60 residents, far from larger cities and highways, lies one of the world’s most outstanding hotels. The hotel with only 27 rooms has attracted visitors from all over the world and continues to amaze guests to this day.
Outside a small town of 4000 residents in eastern Norway, you find one of the world’s most impressive architectural constructions of our time, a construction praised by architects around the globe. But what is this spectacular building, exactly? What is its purpose?
As long as Norway has existed, Norwegians have promoted their culture to the world in every way possible. Full of national romance, Norwegians spread the culture left and right. But what happens when a group of foreigners try to brand the same culture in a new, modern way?
We all spend our time working, studying, planning our future, and stressing through daily routines without enjoying what matters in life, without enjoying our most unforgettable moments. How do you escape the pressure of everyday stress? By living in the moment, living in the now.