Fully glazed modern holiday villa located on a rocky hill in Sweden
Överby Villa is a modern villa, which is located in Stockholm, Sweden, and enjoys a panoramic view of the bay and the evening sun in the west. The house is fully glazed to a project by the architect John Robert Nilsson. The building sat on a cover of limestone concrete base, provides continuous flooring inside and outside of the house available. On the one hand, a large terrace opens onto a pool and seating area behind. This design provides protection against the cold wind.
Modern villa in Stockholm, Sweden
The input side of the house has a solid matte black and plastered facade is interrupted by a floor-to-ceiling glass revolving door. The other facades are fully glazed. The insulating glass unit is constituted by a transparent glass Opti and an inner layer of the outer layer of heat resistant glass. The boundary between the interior and exterior looks almost does not exist. A stainless steel lid with a hidden limestone moat surrounding the house and comes from rainwater.
Modern chalet with stunning sea views
The plan of the house has a simple rectangular shape and is clearly divided into private and social sectors. The private space is divided into bedrooms, bathroom and closet, built after the concept of open living space. Instead of conventional doors, the apertures are more ceiling. The director of the modern principle villa was to create a stark contrast with the surrounding landscape.
glass filled with an unobstructed view
Behind the clean lines, a number of high tech systems. The tap water is recovered from the sea and treated in a desalination plant. Underfloor heating, an outdoor pool and hot water are generated by a geothermal heat pump. All systems are controlled via a web interface via the Internet or mobile phone.
open plan living
sitting on the terrace
beautiful night lighting
Wooden stairs lead to water
the house is situated on a rocky hill
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