This mid-century house in the Swedish town of Skanör harks back to a high point in Scandinavian design.
Built in the 1960s, the property takes cues from the Danish Modernism of that period, popularised by the likes of Arne Jacobsen. The style – similar to its American counterpart – is defined by glass facades and open-plan layouts.
While the detached house has been restored and renovated a few times since its initial construction, it still retains many of its original details, including the hardwood fittings.
Made from brick, wood and glass, the 365 sq m structure also features a twisting oak staircase which connects the lower and upper floors. The back of the house opens onto a landscaped garden, swimming pool and terrace for alfresco dining.
An added bonus – the villa comes with a separate guest house that can be used as a studio or workspace.
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