Creek House, Scania (Sweden)
Tham & Videgård 

Creek House, Scania (Sweden)

Tham & Videgård 

The site is located on the southwest coast of Sweden, in an old agricultural area gently sloping down towards the sea. In the midst of a vast and open cultivated landscape, this plot constitutes an exception as it is planted with many different trees and flowering bushes that filter light and form a shield from the strong winds. Adding to the idyllic setting, there is also a small creek meandering through the garden.

The home is spread out over a single storey, carefully adapted to the unique natural features of the site. Each function is contained in a separate spatial unit making the program legible as boxes of varying scales and heights: the building consists of a series of solid, loosely arranged volumes that evoke the idea of a small village. These blocks are linked together to create both interior and exterior spaces and spatial connections, giving the lot – despite its limited size – an abundance of different

small places. The deep red handmade bricks define the external image of the house, in contrast with the more refined finishes of the interior, where each room is characterized by a vaulted ceiling giving spatial direction in relation to the landscape outside...[+]

Privado private

Tham & Videgård / Bolle Tham, Martin Videgård (socios partners); Konrad Krupinski  (director de proyecto project architect); Eric Engström, Carmen Izquierdo, Lukas Thiel, Mårten Nettelbladt (equipo team)

KE Gruppen, Olle Claesson (estructura structure)

SuperficieFloor area
285 m²

Fotos Photos
Åke E:son Lindman