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 Snippen

 
Snippen ( Snippen, Odd Fellows Lodge)
Address: Reinslettveien 2, 8009 Bodø
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Client: Frantz Aubert or Gustav Baumann
Construction System /
Materials:
Wood, slate
Building Type: Residence, villa, lodge hall
Year of Construction: 1890
This large wooden building is one of the landmarks along the main road into Bodø. The southern part of it was built towards the end of the 19th century as a villa for one family surrounded by a large garden, which remarkably has not been developed for other purposes. The building, which is very wide, has a large slate roof and regularly set out elevations dominated by tall windows with crossing mullions and transoms. It has many of the hallmarks of the Swiss chalet style such as high ceilings, extended eaves and low relief external cladding broken by sills marking the position of the floors. The building represents a simplified and disciplined example of a style that is otherwise known for its decorations and playfulness.
Literature: Jakhelln, Gisle (med flere) (red): -byen vårres, vandringer i Bodø, Bodø 2004
Publisher: The University of Tromsø, 13.04.2015
Author: I.H.
Photographer: I.H. 2013



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