A fundamental feature of the newly-constructed 500-person parish church in Knarvik is its elemental and geometric shape with its rising roof. It also defines the shape of the tower, one side of which slopes almost down to the ground. The clarity of the structure is typical of traditional churches in Norway. This also applies to the homogenous choice of materials. Wood dominates. Preweathered pine was used for the façade, while the interior is finished in lighter-coloured wood. A striking church, standing on a small rise above the village, which harmoniously integrates into the surrounding landscape with sacred dignity.