Oslo architecture studio Sanden+Hodnekvam Arkitekter has designed a house from prefabricated concrete panels in Norway for a three-generational family that took part in its construction.

Sanden+Hodnekvam Arkitekter’s House in Red Concrete in the town of in Lillehammer was built with a facade made from repetitive, insulated-concrete elements in order to help keep costs down.”The repetitive facade made it possible to use the same casting for the concrete elements many times,” co-founder John Sanden told Dezeen.

“The cost is really low, which was possible because of the simple construction system, the repetitiveness and the work done by the client themselves.”