Single family house, Saltsjö-Boo, Stockholm

Award winning architecture in Siberian larch wood.

Villa rbdvd, award winning architecture with a building of 130 sqm, was completed in 2004 by the current owner. Facade of larch wood, large windows with a beautiful light, underfloor heating in all rooms. Large bathroom with separate shower, 2 separate toilets. High, free and open location on a hilly piece of land. The back of the house has a large sunny terrace and a lawn, private and green. Upstairs is an open plan kitchen and living room with windows to the north, west, south and east. The ceiling height of about 3.50 meters with a large window part with sliding door onto the private terrace creating a lovely space in the room, there is also a balcony. The house – kitchen, bathrooms, interior – has been completely renovated in 2017 and 2018. This wooden construction is characterized by a simple and clearly defined structure. A centrally located translucent wall filters daylight through the house, while at night; the integrated lighting becomes a primary source of light. The facades are cladded with horizontal larch panel.

List of publications
2003 Arkitektur (Sweden)
2003 Residence Magazine (Sweden)
2003 Plaza Magazine (Sweden)
2003 Detail (Germany)
2003 Bauwelt (Germany)
2004 Arkitekternas Villor. Arkitektur förlag (book)
2004 Hus & Hem (Sweden)
2005 El Pequeno Espacio (book)
2006 Casas pequeñas: vivir en la naturaleza (book)
2006 Small houses in nature (book)
2006 Petites maisons en pleine nature (book)
2006 Arkinetia (Spain)
2006 Noticias Arquitectura (Spain)
2006 ProfessioneArchitetto (Italy)
2007 Trä (Sweden)
2007 Wood Magazine (Sweden)
2008 Ice Architecture (book)
2008 Casas de madera.innovación y diseño (book)
2008 Below the Clouds (Sweden)
2008 Simbiosis (Venezuela)
2008 Moco Loco (Canada)
2008 NotCot (US)
2009 Dagens Nyheter (Sweden)
2009 Space Craft 2 – Fleeting Architecture and Hideouts (book)
2010 Deutsche Welle (tv-inslag)
2010 Living in Designland
2011 Magazin Domov (Russia)
2011 Shnick (Ukraine)
2013 Architizer (US)
2014 House Magazine (Sweden)

(photos: Åke Eson Lindman, Ulrika Ekblom, Mikael Fjellström)