Standing in the Stockholm suburb, the Happycheap house is a shining geometry shape building enjoying the Scandinavian countryside landscape.
Swedish architect Tommy Carlsson used corrugated steel and plywood to create a low-cost prefab wooden villa.
Each room is defined by a right angle and a bevel and set by some large, some small windows in relation to the outside world.
Inspiration from architect:
architect Tommy Carlsson has a mission: While in the architecture cheap still often ugly mean and vice versa good design is usually expensive, this should change in the future.