Blackened Plywood Covers The Exterior Of This Swedish Summer House

The blackened plywood facade gives this modern house a bold statement and pays homage to the Swedish building tradition of using wood. #BlackenedPlywood #Architecture #ModernHouse

Photography by James Silverman

 

AndrénFogelström together with KolmanBoye, has designed a small and unique summer house that’s located in the forest of the Stockholm Archipelago in Sweden.

 

The blackened plywood facade gives the house a bold statement.

The blackened plywood facade gives this modern house a bold statement and pays homage to the Swedish building tradition of using wood. #BlackenedPlywood #Architecture #ModernHouse

Photography by James Silverman

The house is made up of three buildings, the first contains the main living areas like the kitchen and dining area, as well as a sleeping area and a small couch. The second building has a a study and guest room, and the smallest of the three is currently used for storage and has the flexibility to be changed into a bathroom.


Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of this modern house that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor. #PlywoodWalls #PlywoodInterior #Windows #Kitchen

Photography by James Silverman

Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of the main building that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor.


Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of this modern house that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor. #PlywoodWalls #PlywoodInterior #Windows #Kitchen #Fireplace

Photography by James Silverman

Opposite the kitchen is a small lounge area beside a large window, and a sleeping area.


Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of this modern house that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor. #PlywoodWalls #PlywoodInterior #Windows #LivingRoom #Fireplace #Bedroom

Photography by James Silverman

A concrete fireplace surround with a steel hearth separates the lounge area from the sleeping area.


A concrete fireplace surround with a steel hearth separates the lounge area from the sleeping area. #Fireplace #PlywoodInterior #ModernInterior

Photography by James Silverman

Here’s a glimpse at the second building, that’s currently set up as a home office, but can also be used as a guest room. The walls and ceiling of this building are covered in Pine plywood.


The walls and ceiling of this home office are covered in pine plywood. #HomeOffice #PinePlywood

Photography by James Silverman

The floorplan shows the layout of the three building, each connected by an outdoor space.


The floorplan of this modern Swedish house is separated into three buildings, the main living building, the bathroom building, and the home office building. #ModernHouse #FloorPlan

Photography by James Silverman

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Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of this modern house that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor. #PlywoodWalls #PlywoodInterior #Windows #Lounge

Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of this modern house that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor. #PlywoodWalls #PlywoodInterior #Windows #Bedroom

Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of this modern house that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor. #PlywoodWalls #PlywoodInterior #Windows #Kitchen #Dining

Windows filter the light through to the bright interior of this modern house that features birch plywood walls, ceiling, and floor. #PlywoodWalls #PlywoodInterior #Windows #Kitchen

The blackened plywood facade gives this modern house a bold statement and pays homage to the Swedish building tradition of using wood. #BlackenedPlywood #Architecture #ModernHouse

The blackened plywood facade gives this modern house a bold statement and pays homage to the Swedish building tradition of using wood. #BlackenedPlywood #Architecture #ModernHouse

The blackened plywood facade gives this modern house a bold statement and pays homage to the Swedish building tradition of using wood. #BlackenedPlywood #Architecture #ModernHouse

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