Unusual but oh-so-interesting, the ‘House Tumle’ overlooks the North Sea nearby Gothenburg, Sweden.
Designed by Johannes Norlander Arkitektur, the compact residence measures 168 square meters divided on two floors. Its shape follows the existing topography of the site, and it was built to take advantage of the surrounding view. The six facades are cladded with black corrugated metal sheeting.
We particularly like the minimalist interior, white rooms, huge windows, and concrete floors. “Simplicity is bliss”.
Check out Norlander.se for more pictures and plans.