Swedish architect Mats Fahlender designed this summerhouse concept in Slavik, Sweden. The site is surrounded by a national park, which is characterized by rounded rocks and leaning trees. The house is built directly on the rocks, with the fjord just a few meters away.
The house has a unique architecture. The interior is completely covered with untreated fir wood. The large glass panels offer a stunning view of the surrounding nature, which can be enjoyed from the main living area comprising the kitchen, dining room and living room. It definitely looks like a nice, peaceful place to escape for the summer.
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