Swedish architects Elding Oscarson have designed a modern house in a street of traditional terraced cottages in Landskrona, Sweden. The house, which is just five metres wide, fills a gap in the street that has been vacant for over 50 years.
Our intention is to use small means to create an array of different spatial experiences in this very small project.
Three thin slabs are projected into the open volume, softly dividing its functions. The continuous interior space is opening up to the street, to an intimate garden, and to the sky.
A home office for a growing side business of art dealing is located in a separate building across a small garden in the back.
Photos are made by Åke E:son Lindman.