Claesson Koivisto Rune project studio has introduced a private house called Fagerstrom in Edsviken (Sweden). Curved residence`s form complies with the requirements of the client and distinguishes the house between surrounding buildings. The bright exterior is also eye-catching and is made of vertical planks, painted in different tinctures of red.
The architect removed the acute angle from the center of the house and therefore created contiguous space, which unites all internal premises. The living room is smoothly connected to the dining room and the latter is verged into the kitchen with the bedroom above. It is possible to get to the second floor using the stairs, which is hidden behind the bookshelf.

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