by Low Lai Chow in Architecture on Tuesday 19 June 2012

The Trollstigen lookout point by Reiulf Ramstad and Jensen and Skodvin is implemented as part of the National Tourist Routes scheme in Norway, which makes its rural natural wonders accessible to tourists. While the structure is gorgeous on its own, what’s even more remarkable is just how respectfully designed and constructed it is. It doesn’t upstage the surrounding mountains, forests and all, which is why people are there, after all, in the first place.