Marge Arkitekter designed the Villa in Trångsund in Stockholm, Sweden.
Description from the architects:
A two-storey house in brick from the 60´s was transformed into a generous contemporary villa. An extension towards the garden and on the top of the roofs was added to the existing building. The entrance floor is now mainly dedicated to the two teenage boys with their own bath and living room. The parents have their private space on the top floor with bedroom, bath, walk in closet, library area and a roof terrace with sea views and evening sun. In between is a large family area with exit to a sunny terrace and the more secluded part of the garden. This floor is an open plan with kitchen, dining for 20 people, a living space with open fire and enough space for the very much wanted a table tennis table.
The priority in this project was the choice of space, natural daylight and simple, but durable materials, such as brick-built plastered walls, concrete floors, rather the expensive interior fittings. New big windows were added and the old windows were just bricked up. Both the old brick walls and the new walls in light weight concrete was plastered with a darkgrey thin cast, giving the villa a totally new look yet reveal the lines of the old brick house.
|Architecture Design||Marge Arkitekter|
|Project Architect||Marge Arkitekter|