Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Situated atop a rocky headland on a natural plateau, the villa enjoys beautiful panoramic views across the Baltic Sea bay and the setting sun.
The creative idea behind the project was to create a concentrated and clear form in marked contrast to the Stockholm archipelago natural landscape. The presence of a limestone and concrete building, abstract for this location, also increases the experience of the local rich shades of nature.

Behind the villa's clean lines hides an advanced technological systems. Air-conditioning or district cooling is pumped into the in-house units through the rock shaft, so air-conditioning is generally free of charge. Heating for the hot water, outdoor pool and floors is produced by a heat pump. Tap water is taked from the bay and treated in a desalination system. All engineering units are operated by a smart monitoring and control solution, controlled by owners via a mobile handset or the internet.

Architecture: John Robert Nilsson Arkitektkontor


Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Villa in Stockholm archipelago, Sweden

Architect's contacts

Address Döbelnsgatan 43, 113 52 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone +46 8 673 70 40
Email robert@jrn.se
Website www.jrn.se