Nestled within the stunning wooded area of Lilla Kilskäret, an island of the Swedish archipelago close to Stockholm is a minimalist Nordic cabin referred to as ‘A Home’. Designed by rising Studio Nāv, the idyllic cabin was designed for a younger couple as a comfy summer season residence to flee to throughout the heat season.
Designer: Studio Nāv
‘A Home’ superbly captures minimalist Nordic structure, and its picturesque environment assist to create an area that’s actually calming and peaceable. Nevertheless, regardless of its pristine and awe-spiring location, constructing the house wasn’t easy baby’s play. The positioning and native constructing rules have been fairly difficult, and therefore the house wanted to occupy a tiny footprint, and completely mix in with its environment. In a quest to take action, the interiors of the house have been made to be open, free-flowing, and intensely versatile.
The interiors are marked by a single open room, encapsulated in shrouds of glass, permitting the house to harmoniously merge with its surrounding panorama, and creating the feeling of being at one with it. This area consists of the residing space and the bed room. The house was constructed utilizing a glulam framework, making the method a swift and environment friendly one, whereas the beneficiant use of timber in its exterior and inside symbolizes the architect’s try and make the most of natural supplies that complement the house’s environment.
The house options three translucent glass sides, which will be opened, permitting the interiors of the house, and the environment to unite, creating a ravishing indoor-outdoor connection. Nevertheless, the architects additionally wished to make sure that the residents are supplied with a way of privateness, and do really feel protected and cozy of their cabin. To take action, an enormous material was included within the residence. The material is so long as the three glass sides and might cowl the facades, including a component of privateness to the house. A black removable mesh was additionally added to the outside of the house, concealing the house from the water.