As if you couldn’t tell, we have a soft spot for stunning modern architecture. While we’ve seen plenty of exceptional examples, today, we take a look at something intriguing and eye-catching. Today we get a look at The Archipelago House. This striking design is found on Sweden’s rugged shoreline, taking influence from the area’s coastal boathouses.
The Summer home consists of four gabled volumes that are wrapped in vertical timber planks. The design follows the natural topography of the land, doing so with a minimal aesthetic that continues inside. The home features a clean, natural palette inside, which is bathed in natural light throughout. The light creates a warm and welcoming vibe, while the glazed windows and doors provide unrivaled views of the beautiful natural scenery.
The exterior features a terraced deck that connects each building. These areas also create a series of outdoor living areas with full views of the sea. The home is a prime example of why we’re drawn to modern design and architecture.
Take a closer look at the Archipelago House and find out more about the dwelling from NORM. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more architecture and design coming very soon.
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