Rote house
Architects: Norddomos
Photographer: Sergey Melnikov
Scandinavian architecture is a testament to the harmonious combination of minimalism, functionality and natural elements. 
I remember the first time I saw Scandinavian architecture, it was during my travels in Norway and Iceland. I was amazed by the simplicity of forms and lines and the combination of natural materials. At that time I was just starting my career as an architectural photographer, but even then I realized that Scandinavian minimalism would take the lead in shaping my creative vision and taste.
Many years have passed since then and I have photographed architecture in Iceland, Norway and other Scandinavian countries, but I am still fascinated by this architectural style.
The photo shoot of this Scandinavian house took place in two stages: at sunrise and sunset.
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