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Modernist Swedish Architecture over Sea and Sun

This modernist Swedish architecture is an ode to the simple (but beautiful!) things in life. Designed by Sweden architect John Robert Nilsson, this glass wall house was built on a limestone-covered concrete foundation that serves as an outdoor deck encircling the modernist house, sheltered under the overhanging roof. The glass walls actually end between the limestone slabs, offering a true “barely there” effect. Behind these floor-to-ceiling glass walls, minimalist interiors are crisp and contemporary – a stark contrast to the rough, rugged outdoors. Situated 23 meters above sea level, views of the sea and sun are ever-present from any point in the raised house plan.
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  • Patrick

    I like this design, but what holds the glass doors together and I do not see any steel beams supporting the roof, can you please clarify as I would like to build a similar structure
    Thanks

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