Aspvik, hidden among pine trees

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Aspvik is a town in the spectacular coastline of Stockholm in Sweden, this beautiful house lies in the hills bearing his name in the memory. Swedish architect Andreas Martin-Löf design his own resting place, a challenge that keeps on tenterhooks an ambition of ideas and sketches looking for a perfect illusion.

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Aspvik, just breathe

Aspvik is a two-storey house. On the ground floor there is a bedroom, a sauna, a hall and a service. And on the second level a kitchen, a master bedroom, a dining room and a living room are located. This volume with functional spaces is surrounded by a perimeter terrace on both floors, awesome views!

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From the outside, the house appears tidy with modulated windows, repeated metallic elements and an elegant geometry. Aspvik provides a correct, simple and friendly dialogue that melts when nature takes over the space to fill it with sweet feelings.

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Aspvik dresses with pine wood, marble and metal elements. It is a symphony of natural, elegant, refined and cozy materials. The smell of wood inside the house is blurred with the pines landscape, the natural environment and the whisper of the sea. This space freezes all the wonderful holiday memories.

 

Photography by Ake E:son Lindman

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