Many thanks for all of the feedback. Churly gets some credit for posting the magazine article on Chuck Kimmerle, which resulted in this image.
the building needs to be fractionally to the right of the peak, not slap bang below it. Possibly a good reason for a lens that shifts sideways...
Yes, Rob, I really liked the symmetry in Chrisc's recent Florida church. I think that the asymmetry in the Lofoten house is realistic for the location: the mountains tend to be lop-sided, perhaps because the glaciers chewed more on one side than the other.
Funny you should mention a shift lens as I have been looking longingly at these, even though I do not want another whack of gear.