Japandi-Inspired Summer House In Sweden

By Catherine

I’ve got a beautiful coastal retreat for you today!

It is a modern, minimalist summer house that blends Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics.

Designed by architects at Gimme Shelter Solutions, The house consists of two volumes connected by a large deck with a covered terrace, with about 450 square feet (42 sqm) of living space.

I am loving the large windows that blur the boundaries between inside and outside, the light wooden floors and slat ceilings, and the stainless steel kitchen.

What a gorgeous place!

It is all nicely designed, but I am curious – What do you think of having the bedroom separated from the main building?

Photos: James Silverman via Maklarhuset

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4 Comments

  1. Arne
    7 Jun 2022 / 12:38

    It’s a summer house so that part is fine but no bathroom in bedroom. No that’s not fine.

  2. Clem
    24 Aug 2023 / 00:11

    who designed this? what is the name of the firm? I’m surprised it’s not quoted once in this post

    • Catherine
      Author
      24 Aug 2023 / 11:19

      This is not an info that I had access to at the time of writing. I simply spotted this house on a real estate website. But I searched around today and I found the information :) The post has been updated.

  3. 24 Sep 2023 / 21:26

    Great post! Your insights on japandi inspired summer house in sweden are enlightening and well-presented. I’ve learned a lot from your blog, and I look forward to reading more.

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