A villa design is finished designed by the architect Johan Sundberg. This villa is located in Höllviken, Sweden. The villa project is constructed in around 2008-2009. This nice villa design is a project which is ordered by architect client’s, it is Håkansson-Tegman Family.
Höllviken which is south of Malmö is originally a seaside resort, but the forested rows of the summer houses are continuously being transformed into a carpet of the permanent housing. With the roads to the north and west, the site is a somewhat complicated corner lot. The architect client whose ordered this villa is a middle-aged couple with the children who have now left the household. They asked the architect for build a modern and nature-oriented one story house, it is where the sensuous qualities are the most important parameters throughout the design process. The house is angled around an inner garden and it is much like the Bergan Werntoft house which is rest on the tradition of the Danish atrium from the 60s and 70s. In the northern wing of the house, three small bedrooms crowd together, while the western wing is a continuous sequence of the spaces which is consisting of a kitchen, dining room, library, living area and winter garden.
Which is working as a screen, the outer walls along the streets are clad with the Pedersen clay bricks. The sun moves to the west of the building during the later part of the day. A very different interior light during the hours is created by a corner window in the western wing together with the series of the openings. The structure of the villa design is a steel-enforced timber frame. The Schüco aluminum profiles is the materials which is used as a windows and sliding glass door, while the front and garage doors are custom which is made from the ammonium smoked oak.
Architects: Johan Sundberg
Location: Höllviken, Sweden
Collaborator: Mattias Andréasson
Landscaping: Maria Arborgh
Structural engineer: Laine Montelin, Tyréns
Client: Håkansson-Tegman Family
Builder: Lars Benjaminsson
Project year: 2008 – 2009
Photographs: Kasper Dudzik