An Exotic Living Arrangement In Villa G by Andre Pihl

Architect Andre Pihl has structured an advanced living arrangement in the southeastern area of Sweden. The Villa G was planned to supplant a 1960s cottage that existed on the site, which by the way is situated in a calm inlet, with dynamite perspectives of the Swedish archipelago.

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Encompassed by oak timberlands, but toward the west where the site opens up towards lovely sights of the Baltic Sea, the estate exploits the perspectives without deterring sight lines of the neighboring property. The structure itself includes three interlocking volumes molded like a precious stone where the focal one contains the front room and kitchen.

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The house’s volumes are isolated into two, private segments which are entwined by one normal, joining volume. The house’s volume reacts to a neighboring house and is situated to not impede their perspectives. Every private area of the house is modified with a small restroom, a large restroom, common room, a bedroom, and a bathroom.

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In the middle of these areas is an expansive lounge and kitchen portrayed by an inherent couch and a chimney adaptively reused from the dated summer house. From every one of the bigger rooms, sliding entryways give both visual and physical access to the unprecedented ocean view and morning dawn.

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Amid late spring, extensive, glass allotments open to the ocean breeze and obscure the limit among inside and outside. The materiality of the house was a reasonable demand by the customer, described by flat, wooden boards treated with dark paint.

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This material is a reasonable reverence to the veneer of the first summer house. From the woods side of the house, the veneer is insignificant in scale, with limited, vertical windows and a patio for access amid morning daylight. The bigger glass allotments of the veneer are arranged toward the ocean and the jutting rooftop light.

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The interior of the house is refined and decreased in materiality. The solid floor is a finished, matte surface and the structure is solely built of wood. The inside is described by both white-washed dividers and brilliant accents. The antique chimney is round, red steel and fortifies the mixed identity of the home’s inside.

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