Here’s another great summer house by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter in the outer Swedish archipelago.

Its dark exterior works as a great camouflage, merging the house with its forested surroundings with tall pine trees, rocks and sea. Inside, it’s all about wood!

The interior divided into two sections: An open social area at the ground floor and a more private space on the upper floor. Most windows are actually large sliding glass doors allowing the sunlight to fill the place, and to blur the boundaries between inside and outside.

The 180 square meter house was built in 2012 with a (relatively) small budget. It is truly innovative, cleaver and most of all, extremely beautiful!

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Photos: Ake E:son Lindman via ArchDaily