Just outside Gothenburg, Sweden, this beautiful home is located in Partille. Built in 1961, it was designed and owned by Architect Bo Cederlöf for almost 5 decades. Given the long history of this home it still stands as attractive as it was when it was built (maybe even more!). Gorgeous details such as fireplaces, doors and panels in Oregon pine will most likely get you staying indoors. I can just look at those panels in admiration for a long time. They are just so cool to the eyes.
White painted bricks and brown-painted wood paneling from the exterior are mirrored inside only in much lighter shade. The patio and courtyard has a park-like ambiance as it’s surrounded by huge oak trees and various hedges. The large windows fill the rooms with natural light while they loosen up the boundary between indoors and outdoors. Which makes the spaces even brighter and bigger. And considering that these home is 5 decades old, it’s surprisingly well-preserved.. An excellent example of 1960s modernism..