Villa Överby

Skandinaavia disaini ja arhitektuuri võlu peitub alati lihtsuses, olles samal ajal funtsionaalne ja mugav. Selle 250 m² Stockholmi saarestikul asuva suvemaja projekteeris arhitekt John Robert Nilsson. Lakoonilise ja naiivse üldmulje taga peitub ülim täpsus, perfektne teostus ja tipptehnoloogiad. Materjalide valikul on  piirdutud vähesega- Gotlandi lubjakivi, hõbevalge saarepuu, matt valge värv interjööris, tõrv, teras ja tumedad toonid välisfassaadil. Kontrast sisemise puhtuse ja välise tumeduse vahel loob terava graafilise pildi. Suured klaaspinnad on suunatud mere poole ja monoliitses sissekäigu poolses seinas on ainult üks ava, milleks on täiskõrguses uks. Maja ja kivise järsaku vahele jääb terrass basseini ja lõkkeplatsiga.

Scandinavian simplicity at its best. Architect John Robert Nilsson designed this minimal 250 m² summer house situated on the Stockholm archipelago. These visually simple and clean forms demanded high precision and perfect execution. Only few materials are used- limestone from Gotland, silvery white ash, matte white painted walls and ceilings, brown and black puff, tar paper, steel and dark colors are seen outside. This contrast between light and darkness create sharp graphic clarity. Large glazed surfaces are oriented towards the sea. Entrance side of the house is a solid wall with only a room high door in it. There’s an infinity pool outside the house located on the outer edge of the stone block and a recessed cozy chill out area as well.

images via: archilovers

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One Response to “Villa Överby”
  1. J. says:

    eriti uhke kohapeal. Love the bathroom

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