The original country house called Mölle By The Sea at the onshore city Mölle, Sweden, is constructed in terms of project of architects from Elding Oscarson company, who did their best to recreate forgotten local architectural traditions. The house of 300 sq. meters has three stories, one of which is located underground.
The first floor is performed of glass, the second one is from wood, and therefore the whole construction looks light and almost airy. This floor is occupied by social zone. Wide opened space has conjoined the living room, dining room and kitchen.
Due to the glass wall panels and panoramic windows it is possible to enjoy the fabulous view on the surrounding nature from any spot of this storey. In contrast, the second floor is hidden from prying eyes. There are 3 bedrooms, bathrooms and one living room here. Thus, the total openness of the first floor stays in contrast with the fully closed second one.
It seems that the stories are completely isolated one from another. The lowest, underground floor contains sauna and additional bedroom. All stories are conjoined with grand winding stairs, which bring elegancy and charm into the interior. The house`s interior attracts with its simplicity and functionality. Apart from that there is a farmstead near the house, which is used with reverent love and delicacy. The time has kept from falling the stone wall and cellar, inbuilt into a small hill.
Photos by Åke E:son Lindman