Not far from Stockholm, close to Norrtälje, Kaggeboda is three small deep brown houses situated among innumerable traditional Swedish summer cottages and pine trees.
Architects: Kolman Boye
Location: Norrtälje, Sweden
Photography: Courtesy of Kolman Boye Architects
In contrast to the uninviting exterior, the interior is almost white, being made almost completely out of waxed white birch plywood.
Inspiration from the architect:
Built on a common deck acting as a massive plinth, rising out of the moss clad grey granite, these three minuscule buildings placed close together make up a summer hideout, the deck flowing in-between them acting as an inhabitable fourth room.