The Ordinary House

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How can this house be called ‘ordinary‘!?

Found on the site of Swedish photographer Björn Lofterud, this wood panelled house and studio in Nacka, Sweden, is by Swedish studio In Praise of Shadows. And yes, it is called The Ordinary House -Maybe for its simplicity? It may be modest in volume and floor plan, but its surely unique and interesting! We love that is was built with the surrounding nature and landscape variation in mind. With the large double-height glazed windows and sky lights, the house gets loads of natural light, blurring the physical boundaries between the interior and exterior. The counter top and faucets in the kitchen also create a stunning combination.

Photos: Björn Lofterud

 

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1 Comment

  1. 10 May 2012 / 14:08

    It’s fantastic!

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