I have, when time permits me, worked out dawings for the group of houses on this picture
(photo Thor Bjerke)
It is a house originally built for four lenghtsmen (=line inspectors, see earlier posting of the plan) with their families and with a shed and a cow barn (left). The cow barn was on the heritage list, but a few years back all three houses were demolished. The lenghtsmens house is built of machined wood log and after some decades, hevily rebuilt and covered with plastering on the facades. Typical for some houses in the area, but still unusual onto logs.