By following the slope of the land and choosing a facade made of pine from the far north of Sweden plus green-painted window frames and sedum roofs, this house blends well into the hilly forest plot. The level differences on the site have inspired an open floor plan on two levels while the ceiling reaches right up to the asymmetrical gable roof in the living room section of the house to give a roomy height.
The two parts of the house are at an angle, which gives an exciting dynamic. From the kitchen, you look down over the living room from a balustrade. The house and garden are intimately connected through the many glass doors. This house was nominated as one of 10 houses shortlisted for the House of the Year award given by the Swedish magazine Hus & Hem (House & Home). The house is located near the town of Kävlinge in the southwest of Sweden.