summerhouse by tham & vidgard

Wednesday 5 December 2012

Here's another case of a simple diagram that's been followed right through, this time by Swedish architects, Tham & Videgard. Their design for this summerhouse in the Stockholm Archipelago is comprised of three gable roofs. This simple gesture is mirrored internally with cathedral ceilings. A datum is struck at the ceiling's springing point, which instructs the glazing height and the timber panelling internally. I'm getting a kick out of the way everything sits neatly within this very simple set of rules.

Styling for this shoot was by one of my favourites, Lotta Agaton. According to her blog, they emptied the space and lugged their own furnishings to this coastal home in a single day. Mucho respect. She must have a lot of stamina (and super buff arms).

 Images via Residence by Lindman Photography.


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