The 190 meter tall concrete and steel tower turns 90 degrees from bottom to top.
Tucked away in Lagnö in the middle of the Swedish archipelago, the recently completed summerhouse by Norwegian architects Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård is a restrained yet contrast-filled reinterpretation of the Swedish gabled boat houses.
The design was inspired by the close relationship between the town and Øresund; the strait between Denmark and Sweden.
July 08, 2001 /
February 20, 2017 /