The Boréale villa is a charming Scandinavian inspiration residence located in Charlevoix, an eastern region of the Quebec Province well known for its wooded valleys, skiable mountains and breathtaking points of view. At the heart of the boreal forest, the Villa is set on a sloped and private site, matching up nicely with the ubiquitous vegetation of the surroundings.
The site is a promontory on the relatively small island of Krokholmen in Stockholm’s outer archipelago: a typical archipelago landscape with windswept dwarf pines and soft mountain outcrops produced by the inland ice.
Landskrona Townhouse is a contemporary nordic home designed by Swedish architect Elding Oscarson. Project description: The narrow site is sandwiched between very old neighboring buildings in Landskrona, Sweden. Since mid 20th century it has been empty, waiting behind a wooden fence. It is only 5 meters wide with a tiny area of 75 square meters. […]
With a high position and a panoramic view over the Baggensfjarden bay, this family villa occupies 251 square meters in a very quiet area of Saltsjobaden city from Sweden, situated on the Baltic Sea coast. The house has 7 rooms hence 4 bedrooms, a living room area with large windows through which the bay can […]
This lovely scandinavian house is situated on the southwest coast of Sweden and due to a higher position, it offers a generous panoramic sea view and also on coast meanders. The house was designed by the architect Bjorn Sahlqvist, who has a great experience with the constructions realized in rough places. The architect had as […]