This archetypal Swedish building form shaped like a Monopoly house serves as an artists studio with a simple plywood interior and massive skylights to let in natural sunlight. Architecture Photo by Waldemarson Berglund Arkitekter by dwellmagazine
Instead of relying on plasterboard that would be too costly, architect Davor Popadich chose to use plywood to line his New Zealand home's interior. In addition to being cost effective, the plywood highlights the builders' craftsmanship.
No frills, no fluff, Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter’s V-Lodge is a minimal, all-year cabin in the mountains of Norway. The cabin was specifically built to adapt to the topography of the site with simple V shape. The central volume runs perpendicular.