Johan Sundberg has designed a house in Sweden that while quaint is still stunning and memorable. Similar to other houses designed by the architecture firm, much of the design takes its cues from abodes from the 60s and 70s.
The house wraps around an inner garden, which gives the owners a place to sit back and relax. Since the house is only one storey high, the interior has been left quite open to make everything look that much bigger. If everything was done in a more cookie cutter-like manner, the overall design would not work and the house would not feel as spacious. There are also plenty of large windows to let the light shine through during the day for the residences.
Open Angled Architecture
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