Drevviken House is a minimalist abode in Sweden that practically disappears into its natural surroundings. The amazing architects at Claesson Koivisto Rune constructed the house with concrete slab and white stucco concrete. The structure of the house accommodates the natural foundation of the site, leaving the land untouched.
Situated near a lake, the architects felt it was important to arrange the windows so that the best view would be provided. There are three different floor levels of its interior to match the surface of the surrounding typography.
Photography by Louise Billgert.