The Norwegian coastline is rugged and formidable and at times terribly desolate. Vesterålen, Sortland, Norway is no exception. Here, Nature’s craggy mountains meet a harsh, and unforgiving sea. A reflective building sheathed in mirror and designed by the Norwegian architects MORFEUS Arkitekter, sits in the shadow of a rock formation referred to as Bukkekjerka, an old Sami pagan sacrificial site. It is a place steeped in history, religious meaning, burial mounds and Viking boat landings.