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Hitoshi Arato
Aug 17, 2021

House G is a minimalist family house located in Stockholm, Sweden, designed by Tham & Videgård.

The context of the landscape informed the profile of the building, ultimately creating a parallel between the curved roads leading to the home to that of the rounded corners that the home eventually ended up with. The curve is outfitted with an array of windows that frame the surrounding environment. The curves are further expressed throughout the interior through the spiral staircase and spherical volumes clad in oak panels.

“It came in three sections and was put together on site,” says Ida, recalling her anxiety about whether the staircase would fit. “It would have been tricky sending it back. It weighs seven tons.”

The photo material was oryginaly published in The New Era Magazine.

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Hitoshi Arato
August 17, 2021

House G is a minimalist family house located in Stockholm, Sweden, designed by Tham & Videgård.

The context of the landscape informed the profile of the building, ultimately creating a parallel between the curved roads leading to the home to that of the rounded corners that the home eventually ended up with. The curve is outfitted with an array of windows that frame the surrounding environment. The curves are further expressed throughout the interior through the spiral staircase and spherical volumes clad in oak panels.

“It came in three sections and was put together on site,” says Ida, recalling her anxiety about whether the staircase would fit. “It would have been tricky sending it back. It weighs seven tons.”

The photo material was oryginaly published in The New Era Magazine.

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