Named the "Asvik House” this residence is designed by Andreas Martin-Löf Architecture on a steep hillside in Stockholm, Sweden. The house overlooks the Stockholm archipelago and features unique building elements including the handmade windows and doors, the hidden steel frame and plywood cladding. Seen from the top of the hill, the new house appears like a small outbuilding inserted between two pine trees. However, the sloping site allows for a two- storey house without dominating the surrounding nature or panoramic views.
- Kevin Sanchez