The house is located in a residential area north-west of Gothenburg in top of a hill, overlooking the North Sea. The shape of the volume maintains the existing topography of the site In order to create a natural path around the house and an air space between the rooms, emphasizing certain specific views from abroad.
It is a house for a small family, with an area of 168 m2 in two levels. The Access Level welcomes the kitchen and living, And level, rooms and work spaces. The six facades have been coated with thin corrugated metal plates painted black and windows have coated aluminum frames.
From a distance the building is intended as a abstract volume As an icon of a house. However, when one approaches appears a more natural, real and present.
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