The House with a Triangular Profile
This 90 square meter house was designed by architect Leo Qvarsebo as his own summer house. Located in Dalarna, Sweden, the house is described as ‘a tree for adults’ for its inclined climbing wall. The three large windows facing south take advantage of its scenic view and great amount of natural lighting. Taking shape of a prism, the lower part composes of a spacious living area and kitchen while the bedrooms upstairs are more cozy and intimate. Most of house’s furniture was custom-built by the architect. Take a look at these photos and then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
Built entirely from wood, its steep facade and sides were clad with pine panels while its interiors lined with birch plywood rescued from a closed-down puzzle factory. Its interiors are filled with natural light and most furniture is custom-made by the architect, adapting to the home’s unique split-level design. While the bedrooms are on the upper levels, the common areas on the ground open out to a generous terrace that is perfect for dining al fresco, reading or swinging under the stars.
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