An Outdated 1960s Swedish Villa is Transformed Into a Spacious, Elegant and Luxurious Residence

, , , , , , By Catherine Lazure | Nordic Design

Swedish design duo Mats Broberg and Johan Ridderstråle infused a new breath of life to an outdated 1960s villa, originally designed by Gustaf Rosenberg and Olle Stål from Rosenberg Architects.

Following extensive renovations, the home located near Stockholm was modernized, but its original character remains. The result is a beautiful, functional and luxurious residence with generous ceiling height, large windows, incredible views and an enviable light. The interior is spacious and elegant, with gorgeous materials and a neutral palette. Very chic!




Broberg and Ridderstråle are interior and furniture designers. They met at Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm in 2001. The award-wining duo perhaps best known for its design of furniture and accessories, such as the Gloria and Patina candlesticks for Klong and the Tati series for Asplund. They also regularly works with Röshults, Adea and Nola, among others. In fact, most of the furniture and home accessories shown here are designed by Broberg and Ridderstråle. Find out more by visiting their website.



Styling: Alexandra Ogonowski
Photo: Erik Lefvander for Residence



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