If you thought your small studio space was too small– think again. This 269 square foot home on the Scandinavian west coast is not only a bit of a tight fit; but it certainly doesn’t fit the mold for your average home. Torsten Ottesjö Architecture put together this free-standing structure reflects the nature that surrounds it with its organic, flowing shape.
Wood was chosen as the primary material for this home, with a strong emphasis on needing something to bend and shape easily to the curvilinear forms that were a part of the program. Not to mention, this space was constructed on site, and still holds everything necessary to live– a kitchen, sleeping area, and even a dining table.
Photos: David Relan