Trosa is a city in Sweden, where we found this modern smart home in the forest.
The 1,076-square-foot vacation home was drafted to be used year-round. Owners and architects were savvy and practical as they formed the central part of the cabin as the core of the house. This part of the home is heated and insulated while the extremities are naked – just glass, wood slats, and openness.
The house is suitable for seasonal nature of Scandinavian life as in the central core of the house owners nest when days are short and nights are long and thus resist against the cold Swedish winter.
Why waste energy where you won’t need it if you can design a home suitable for all seasons?
In the second part of the season, owners can relax on the open terrace, where light and air are streaming through the verandah and hallways. It’s a perfect place to live through Swedish summer life. Those who love modern simplicity will certainly find inspiration in this cabin.
Architects: Widjedal Racki