Villa Wallin by Erik Andersson Architects, Yxlan, Stockholm archepelago, Sweden "The house is clad with horizontal pine panels, painted black with Falu Rödfärg– a traditional Swedish paint that can be traced right back to the 16th century – while the roof is covered with tar felt."

Gallery of Villa Wallin / Erik Andersson Architects - 8

Villa Wallin by Erik Andersson Architects, Yxlan, Stockholm archepelago, Sweden "The house is clad with horizontal pine panels, painted black with Falu Rödfärg– a traditional Swedish paint that can be traced right back to the 16th century – while the roof is covered with tar felt."

When Alex or Bruce leave the island, closing up shop is as simple as sliding panels of corrugated metal into place to protect the windows. Photo by: Eirik Johnson

When Alex or Bruce leave the island, closing up shop is as simple as sliding panels of corrugated metal into place to protect the windows. Photo by: Eirik Johnson

Durable Exteriors  The outdoor spaces are the true workhorses of these homes. They create shade, encourage cross-ventilation, and expand the living space without expanding the conditioned space. The exterior of the homes combine corrugated, galvanized metal with Eastern red cedar for a modern look thats also durable.

Durable Exteriors - Open & Airy Dogtrot Homes

Durable Exteriors The outdoor spaces are the true workhorses of these homes. They create shade, encourage cross-ventilation, and expand the living space without expanding the conditioned space. The exterior of the homes combine corrugated, galvanized metal with Eastern red cedar for a modern look thats also durable.

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