Called VILLA N1 and located on the west coast of Sweden, Jonas Lindvall architect formed Swedish summerhouse as vernacular timber pavilions and features five interconnected volumes, this summerhouse was a totally modern.
Described by designer “the single-family summerhouse is comprises five interconnected pavilion-like volumes, organised in a sequence. The children’s bedrooms and master bedroom sit at either end of the main communal areas. Inspired by the typology of the traditional pitched-roof barn, its language is more modernist. The objective was to create a building that is rooted in history, while at the same time is totally modern.”
Photography by Ake E:son Lindman