Unusual curved house in Sweden

The design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune introduced the private house Fagerström in the town of Edsviken, Sweden. The curved form of the residence meets the wishes of the client, being remarkable and interesting. Also attracting attention is a bright exterior, made of vertical bars of various shades of red. Vertical slats are nothing more than a wood siding made of Canadian red cedar, which is very popular in the construction of houses in Sweden.

Refusal of an acute angle in the center of the house allowed to organize a continuous spatial flow, connecting all the internal premises. The living room goes smoothly into the dining room, and the latter into the kitchen, above which the bedroom is located, and to the second floor, there is a smooth staircase, hidden behind the bookshelf.

A good example of a successful siding

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