The Landet tiny house designed by Andreas Martin-Lof, a Stockholm-based architect, is nestled in the majestic Swedish landscape. It offers a much-needed escape and tranquility to those who desire to get away from their mundane routines. The tiny house connects with nature through its floor-to-ceiling windows and two decks that provide an exceptional indoor-outdoor space.
It measures 34 feet in length and 13 feet in width and has a very minimalistic profile. The space has been smartly utilized, while an additional area has been mindfully added to promise the experience of more in less.
The overall layout of the house is inspired by the Scandinavian aesthetic, keeping minimalism and nature at its core. With the use of natural materials, the tiny house aims to lessen the impact on the environment and promote a more efficient and sustainable living.
The huge windows look like a portal to another world dotting the wooden exterior. The exterior is also provisioned with sun loungers, a dining table, and padded mats. The inner layout of the house is bright and capacious. It consists of a living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom.
Upon entering the house, the spacious living room clad with floor-to-ceiling windows invites the light in. The living room is accoutred with a convertible sofa and a fireplace for colder evenings. There is a heating and cooling facility to balance the temperature.
On the other side is a fully furnished kitchen. It is outfitted with a cooktop, a countertop, a sink, a dishwasher, a fridge-freezer, an oven, and some storage space. There is a dining area as well, where memorable table talks can take place over a scrumptious meal.
Attached to the kitchen is a bedroom. It has a king-size bed and sleeps two people comfortably. The bedroom is draped in luxurious and sustainable linen. The picture windows in the room provide an immersive indoor-outdoor stimulation. In addition to a bed and windows, there is a small wardrobe and storage drawers under the bed.
On the other side is a bathroom. It has a sink, shower area, and toilet. An additional noteworthy feature is a window with a view and underfloor heating. This tiny dwelling is an otherworldly getaway for nature and peace lovers. The Landet tiny house is available for booking in the heart of the Stockholm archipelago.
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