Johan Sundberg Arkitektur AB works with clients throughout Sweden on private residences, multiple-family homes, interiors and special projects.
The firm has its roots in Johan Sundberg’s architectural work. The firm got off to a running start when the 2006 project Villa Bergman Werntoft, which was originally a thesis project, was nominated for the Swedish architecture magazine Arkitektur’s 2007 Debut Prize. Many projects have followed. The firm was selected as one of the world’s most interesting young architectural firms for Wallpaper Architects Directory 2010. Today, Lund-based Johan Sundberg Architecture shares many of the firm’s daily responsibilities with a number of associate architects, and their finished projects are featured in architecture press from all around the world.
Johan Sundberg also teaches at the Architecture Department of Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering (LTH). Many of the firm’s employees have been educated at the same institute.
In the north eastern part of Ljunghusen, next to the Falsterbo channel, the forest is lower and slightly more sparse. The ground consists only of sand. In this scene, we have placed this summer house for a family of four.
On a steep slope overlooking the sea lies Summerhouse Solviken. Twelve steel pillars lifts the house off the ground and places it level with the surrounding treetops. The elevated position amplifies its amazing views and distances it from the adjacent street.
Summerhouse H is located on the southern coast of the Skåne-region in Sweden, in a scenic location just a couple of metres from the beach. The house has views both towards the Baltic Sea to the south and the heathland to the east.
Project: J House
Architects: Johan Sundberg Arkitektur AB
Chief Architect: Johan Sundberg
Associate Architects: Maria Mauléon Lundberg, Andreas Amasalidis, Staffan Rosvall, Marcus Andäng
Structural Engineer: Anders Sandgren, Ramböll