A Triangular Summer House By Architect Leo Qvarsebo

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Located in the area of Västerbyn in Sweden, architect Leo Qvarsebo designed a triangular summer house made of wood. The three-story structure features a large bay window on each level and a wooden staircase that aims to create an airy feeling. On the concept behind it, the architect says: “The house is a bit like a treehouse for adults. The climb to the top via several levels and offers both view and privacy. From each level of the house you can see up to the next, creating a curiosity to continue to climb and once you’re up, the view is breathtaking.”

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