A Swedish Townhouse | Elding Oscarson

A Swedish Townhouse | Elding Oscarson

This fabulous townhouse in Landskrona, Sweden is designed by the architectural firm Elding Oscarson, who is the joint operation between Johan Oscarson and Jonas Elding. With joint working experiences from both Sweden and Japan - their designs are young and unique, aiming to create spaces that are story-telling and relevant to their clients. 

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The narrow site is sandwiched between very old neighbouring buildings. Three thin slabs are projected into the open volume, softly dividing its functions. The continuous interior space is opening up to the street, to an intimate garden, and to the sky.

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 Elding Oscarson's aimed to create a razor sharp contrast, to express inherent clarity, but more importantly to highlight the beauty of the surroundings with this project. 

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The interior is minimalistic with white walls, but it does not lack warmth with splashes of wonderful colour, making this a cosy and functional home. 

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The immediately adjacent buildings are low, but the street is lined with buildings of various height, size, facade material, age, and approach. Behind the row of buildings is a colorful world of back yards, brick walls, sheds, and vegetation. 

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The house continuously opens up to the outside to let maximum light and making the outside one with the inside of this property.  

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Nordique loves the cosy snug by the window!  

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Photos by Åke E:son Lindman

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