Johannes Norlander Arkitektur, a Swedish architectural studio, have designed House Tumle in a suburb north west of Gothenburg in Sweden.
There is no way that you wouldn’t notice this residence. The building is in a hexagonal shape and spans across two floors. It is meant to be abstract at first glance but as you approach it, it becomes more physical and present.
It’s a house for a small family with an an area of 168 square meters , divided on two floors. The entrance floor houses kitchen and living area and the upper floor; bedrooms and work space. The six facades are cladded with fine corrugated, powder coated metal sheets with window frames in coated aluminum.