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Per Nadén and Anton Kolbe: Villa Idun-Lee

Image   •   Jan 23, 2018 12:36 GMT

Villa Idun-Lee is a project where experimental lust is combined with pragmatism. The villa project was a collaboration with Axel von Friesen & Marika Vaccino Andersson, and is the result of a long sketching process based on the interactions of family life. The act of not hiding everyday life became a dominant theme, while another was to not conceal the building’s structure and materials. Everything from the facade, construction and insulation to solid floors, kitchen, doors and built-in furniture explores the versatility of wood. In the middle is a brick volume that creates an inner world, which people move around and through. Various functions are built into the brick walls depending on where they play a role – shoe shelf and key cabinet by the door, fireplace with heat ducts in the library, glazing to the kitchen and baths, recessed lights, sliding doors, and so on.
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