Bicolored Villa Blåbär by pS Arkitektur


It’s black on the outside and white on the inside. A chromatic game, that’s what the pS Arkitektur played when they designed Villa Blåbär. It is located in Nacka, outside Stockholm and provides gorgeous views into the forest, plenty of space and a unique design.
Because the customer was very picky, the designer needed to meet him during several meetings in order to test various volumes and to visit a couple of sites. The result came out pretty nice: the house is narrow, extended and situated at the very

top of the site.
Aside from the fact that the interior looks very clean, the wardrobes, lighting and sockets are inserted in walls and ceiling to create even a more neat aspect.

The house preserves a lot of energy due to the multitude of windows and together with an air heat pump and a geothermal heating system, is turned into a money saver.


Photos by Jason Strong

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