This Architect house with glass fronts is located in Sweden and is currently being sold as a holiday home. The minimalist building opens up to the beautiful landscape thanks to the richly glazed facade. This enables a distant view of the coast. The house is located on Tyresö Breviks Hill and offers its future owner a living space of 110 square meters.
Architect house with glass fronts and wooden facade
Completed in 2005, the Architect house with glass fronts looks massive and compact at the same time. The construction was actually made of concrete, but so that the facade of the holiday villa looks cozy, it was clad in larch wood. A roof terrace was designed on the flat roof of the cube-like building volume. There the residents can grill during the day and later spend sociable evenings with friends.
The floor-to-ceiling windows offer the opportunity to marvel at the beautiful Swedish nature from all rooms. The bright, open living area / a cozy kitchen with dining area and seating area designed directly by the window / invites you to relax – so the family can enjoy being together. The furnishings are puristic – the neutral color scheme creates a homely atmosphere and the red carpet adds color accents. A small metal staircase leads from the living area to the bedroom on the second floor. The sleeping area was deliberately designed in a minimalist way – the furniture consists of only one double bed with two bedside tables. The light laminate floor creates a cozy atmosphere.
A small guest room is located in a separate building volume. Visitors will certainly feel at home there. It is a beautiful family house in the middle of nature in Sweden.
Architect house with glass facade – the living area
Modern furnishings – eat-in kitchen with dining area and living room
Comfortable sitting area with upholstered sofa, shaggy carpet and leather chairs
Dining table and sitting area in front of the TV
High ceiling and abundant glazed wall
The glass doors seamlessly connect the living area with the adjoining terrace with barbecue area
The kitchen with dark, handleless wooden fronts
A wooden staircase leads to the second floor
Where the bedroom is located
Puristic furnishings – just a double bed with bedside tables and paintings
The guest room is comfortably and practically furnished