Timeless and contemporary, this 1966 Stockholm apartment by Swedish architect Kjell Ödeén was conceived using a material palette that would last at least 100 years.
Snickaren 15 is a five-storey mixed-use building completed by Ödeén in the central district Vasastan and is one of Stockholm’s best-maintained 1960s buildings. This 43 sqm apartment takes things a step further, retaining the original teak cabinetry, window frames, kitchen, Gabon doors, and bathroom tiling.
The one-bedroom Stockholm property is for sale via Fantastic Frank for SEK 4.9m (roughly £380,000). It’s currently owned by a design enthusiast who has maintained its minimalist spirit. The row of windows in the living room overlooks the building’s courtyard, which has a patio for summer use. Other shared building amenities include a carpenter’s workshop, bicycle storage, laundry and a communal event room.