Too Hot and Very Cool…
Todd Saunders is a Norwegian architect who clearly excels in designing unique and contemporary homes that are sustainable, small, and very livable. Today we feature two of his stunning designs that are true works of art and careful deliberation. Scroll through these photos, and tell us what you think on our facebook page!
The interior of the Slice comprises simply a bed, a kitchen and a small bathroom. The tiny space is mirrored by the sheltered deck area, which doubles the floor plan of the construction. The deck is pierced by two of the plum trees—conveniently spaced just far enough apart to support a hammock. The exterior of the structure is black and the interior white: a perfect touch of Scandinavian minimalism that also emphasizes the triangular shape of the building that inspired its name. The minimalist space was designed with the constraints of the site in mind, and is built around three mature plum trees, which serve to reinforce the connection between the compact interior and the broad expanse outside.
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