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  AndrénFogelström together with KolmanBoye, has designed a small and unique summer house that’s located in the forest of the Stockholm Archipelago in Sweden.

The blackened plywood facade gives the house a bold statement.

The house is made up of three buildings, the first contains the main living areas like the kitchen and dining area, as well as a sleeping area and a small couch.
The second building has a a study and guest room, and the smallest of the three is currently used for storage and has the flexibility to be changed into a bathroom.

Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of the main building that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor.

Opposite the kitchen is a small lounge area beside a large window, and a sleeping area.

A concrete fireplace surround with a steel hearth separates the lounge area from the sleeping area.


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