Located among lime-plastered barns, this 300-square meter large country house is made of solid concrete and burned wood. The spectacular view over old farmlands and its unique architecture become a combination strong enough to change one’s lifestyle and embody this refuge from big city life.
The untreated concrete floor and foundation are cast in one piece. The masonry walls are lime plastered, resulting in a design that blends in well with the surrounding houses and barns in the Gotland countryside.
Having wide-open areas and windows allows one to access the terrace from all rooms on the ground floor. In the garden, one reaches several social seating areas, populated with furniture from our Tio and Roadie collection.
The villa is in close contact with nature, with some parts completely open to the flattened pastures, inviting nature into the living room. The indoor-outdoor living room is furnished with Massproductions’ Colossus – a table as robust as the foundation of the house.
The upstairs area, a tribute to the hayloft, consists of one large room in untreated plywood. Compelling contrasts appear when the sharp raw materials meet round shapes and warmth of the flamboyant Mega sofa and daybed, soft coloured Jump Easy Chairs, and the refined Sander table.
Massproductions’ Home Story is a curated series that profiles homes and places with outstanding architecture, art, design, and culture. The stories include photos and narratives about the places and the people behind them, who have all chosen to include our furniture in their private home or work environment.
Interior by Inredningsgruppen Wittstock
Photographer Andy Liffner