Design Notebook by Sias SA

on Blurring Inside and Out

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik 

Villa Ladybird, a vacation house faced in siberian arch planks by swedish practice Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, features an aluminium framed glass enclosure that envelops a courtyard and offers views to the ocean.

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik 

The house, situated on the southern coast of Scania, comprises of two orthogonal volumes set in slight angle that accomplish to frame views and block cross winds and sight lines from neighboring homes. The glazed facade and devise of interior space flow, convey a special interaction with the natural surroundings of the residence, blurring the interior-exterior divide and extending the indoor spaces of the house to the outside.

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik 

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik

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Villa Ladybird by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur, photo © Kasper Dudzik

source: Johan Sundberg Arkitektur