Set in a wooded space in Stockholm, Sweden, this contemporary summer time home sits on the forest edge overlooking the ocean. Spreading over 250 sq. meters, Villa Plus by Waldemarson Berglund Arkitekter consists of an extended and slender first flooring, virtually absolutely glazed, and a perpendicular second flooring with a powerful framed view from the upstairs studying nook. Reached by way of a lightwell displaying a black and white staircase, this uplifted, remoted spot can grow to be a retreat into your self or you possibly can observe the climate altering, even eating upstairs. On the identical observe, the playful combination of pink, black and white within the floor flooring eating area creates the want of being the one who faces the view relatively than the brightly coloured wall whereas eating.
I really like how the third attainable outside eating area within the again gives the liberating feeling of being outdoors and opens the views to the ocean by way of a glass “break” within the quantity. This allowed the architects to create a extra personal set of areas. The load-bearing partitions are constructed from hand-picked panels of Swedish pine, integrating the modern summer time home into its environment. Constructed on the borderland between rocks, grass and water, Villa Plus took two years to finish, however the remaining result’s inviting and stunningly open.