The Johan Sundberg Bergman Werntoft House is One with Nature

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: johansundberg & contemporist
The Johan Sundberg Bergman Werntoft house is based on designs from the 70s and is surrounded by wildlife. The one-level house blends perfectly with its surroundings, with its wood paneling and earthy tones.

This tranquil abode is situated in the Ljungskogen forest in Vellinge, south of Malmö. The composition of the house consists of two conjoined wings; the east wing is designated as the sleeping area and the north wing is assigned as the living area. This L-shape abode then looks out over a grassy courtyard followed by an everlasting field of pine trees. For anyone looking for a beautiful abode with naturalistic surroundings, the Johan Sundberg Bergman Werntoft house is the perfect solution. From design to location, this 70s house has all the right details. Stats for Wild 70s Abodes Trending: Older & Warm
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