House Tumle

Located outside Gothenburg, Sweden, House Tumle - designed by Johannes Norlander Arkitektur - exemplifies the meaning of black and white living. With an area of 168 square meters, the two-story building is profoundly distinctive as it perches on a knoll overlooking the North Sea.

The white interior - a complete inverse to the corrugated, powder-coated black aluminum exterior - has a humbling ambiance that projects an unassuming sense of repose. The windows are placed in an abstract, almost capricious manner. I particularly enjoy the subtle instances of black around the bookshelf, window borders, and light fixtures. I also like how the glossy concrete floor discretely reflects the white walls and outside surroundings.

Photography by Rasmus Norlander

Perfect Basics
Visionary Audio Eyewear
Fight for Fresh Skincare
Publisher of Creative Books
A Less but Better Timepiece
Minimal Office Accessories