Lindstrand Palme Arkitektkontor was the creative force behind this vacation home in Sweden, which was recently awarded the Architecture Debut Prize 2009. The home takes cues from the local vernacular, utilizing a simple rectangular plan and shed roof. The material palette further reinforces the local influence, with corrugated metal roofing and naturally weathered wood siding. Modern flourishes are plentiful, though, with sliding glass doors lining both sides of the structure, skylights, and an upper level terrace cut into the roof.
The home’s interior reflects its simple conceptual roots and features bright, open living spaces. Naturally finished wood was used to construct built in shelves and an open-tread stairway. The same wood adorns the floors throughout the home.
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Source: Below the Clouds