Called Villa UH1, this residence was created by RB Arkitektur in Stockholm, Sweden. The architects tried to make the building as much a natural part of the site as possible. It was conceived as a part of the surrounding landscape. The house carefully transforms the relief creating a living space covered with moss which is integrated with nature. The inner yard provides the maximal privacy, while floor to ceiling glass finish allows the sunlight to get into the residence. This Villa seems to resemble a German bunker from the Second World War. It is actually a minimalist home with contemporary accents. The green moss is also covering the roof, and blending this house with the surrounding nature just like the boundaries between construction and landscape dissolve. Have a look at the photos.
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