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Small houses far out in the archipelago of Stockholm by Margen Wigow Arkitektkontor

Small houses far out in the archipelago of Stockholm by Margen Wigow Arkitektkontor

Small houses far out in the archipelago of Stockholm by Margen Wigow Arkitektkontor

Blackened timber holiday homes modelled on Swedish fishing huts

Small houses far out in the archipelago of Stockholm by Margen Wigow Arkitektkontor

Five blackened timber structures dot the shoreline of a remote island in the Stockholm archipelago to form a holiday home by Margen Wigow Arkitektkontor

Blackened timber holiday homes modelled on Swedish fishing huts

Five blackened timber structures dot the shoreline of a remote island in the Stockholm archipelago to form a holiday home by Margen Wigow Arkitektkontor

FØLGER NATUREN: Det er naturen som avgjorde hvordan hytta skulle se ut. Fasaden er bygget med flere innhukk og tilpasset terrenget for å skjermes mot vær og vind. Målet har også vært å utnytte tomtas utsiktsmuligheter.

FØLGER NATUREN: Det er naturen som avgjorde hvordan hytta skulle se ut. Fasaden er bygget med flere innhukk og tilpasset terrenget for å skjermes mot vær og vind. Målet har også vært å utnytte tomtas utsiktsmuligheter.

'My Friends here is a empty template to explore. Enjoy.' created by sharon sherrie in #neybers

'My Friends here is a empty template to explore. Enjoy.' created by sharon sherrie in #neybers

Showcasing five fantastic new designs for summer There’s a particular art to designing the perfect bach, and HOME magazine’s brand-new issue has plenty of advice on how to go about it. Included in the new issue is this bach on Rakino Island, designed by architect Malcolm Walker. It’s a place where the architect and owners have identified the essentials …

Showcasing five fantastic new designs for summer There’s a particular art to designing the perfect bach, and HOME magazine’s brand-new issue has plenty of advice on how to go about it. Included in the new issue is this bach on Rakino Island, designed by architect Malcolm Walker. It’s a place where the architect and owners have identified the essentials …

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