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Our friend Sebastien Jauquet, a Belgian photographer sent us the tip of this very clever extension completed by Visiondivision. The house based on the Swedish countryside is connected to the chief house via a glass corridor with a small stair that leads up to the main buildings dining room. The house includes a master bedroom, a room for clothing care, a work space and a space for coffee and breakfast.
The clients told us that they like typical old Swedish red houses with mullion windows (spröjs in Swedish) but where ok to build a house without mullions since they knew that modern architects don’t like that type of houses.
The mullion window covers the front facade of the house facing the garden that slopes towards the nearby lake.
Since the mullion covers the best views from the house we started to add some extra functions to it by extruding the mullion towards the inside making different types of shelves.
Swedish architecture firm visiondivision has created this amazing project “the Peak Series,” pre-fabricated summer houses that allows a great portion of social life on a relatively small space. While being a comfortable vacation home for a family it can also easily accommodate a large amount of guests thanks to a sleeping mezzanine floor.The house is pyramidal in its shape with a wood façade with a gap between each board allowing climbing.
Divided into three floors, the middle level is the sleeping mezzanine, where a large number of guests can be accommodated. It is sandwiched between the open social first floor with a kitchen and living room, and the upper level which houses the master bedroom with bathroom.
Swedish architectural firm visiondivision was commissioned to build the extension of an 18th century cottage with their typical offbeat approach. Abiding by the clients’ request for the house to blend in with the environment, particularly from the one side where the client’s conservative mother “has her cottage and watchful eyes”, the extension becomes a unobtrusive living space that is part of the earth, making it appear “almost .