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House Tumle by Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

johannes_norlander_arkitektur_house_tumle.jpg Via @designboom, a two-story house in Sweden on a rocky slope that overlooks the North Sea. “The shape of the 168 m2 family home follows the existing topography of the site, creating a natural walk around the perimeter of the house. The six facades are clad in finely-corrugated, power-coated metal sheets.” More at Johannes Norlander Arkitektur.

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