ARVESUND

ARVESUND

Arvesund´s barn houses are designed from a basic idea: they should look like barns when you´re not there. Barred up they could just as well be barns with sliding doors pulled across, as a natural element in the scenery.

Built in several locations in Sweden and Germany.

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ARVESUND

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4m2

4m2

Cabin for one person meassuring only 2 by 2 meters. All necessery for a night in the woods - a bed, table, stool, storage and a cooking area. Exhibited at Artipelag art museum in 2013. Curated by Staffan Bengtsson.
 

4m2

4m2

Exhibited in Artipelag art museum in 2013.

A house for a single person meassuring only 2 by 2 meters but includes a bed, table,stool, storage and area for cooking.

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VILLA SANDBERG

VILLA SANDBERG

House for a family with three children. Pine details and polished concrete floor on the first floor. Built in 2005.

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A-FRAME XS

A-FRAME XS

Collapsible A-frame shelter or some kind of semi permanent tent structure...

Made for the exhibition "One two tree" at the Scandinavian furniture fair. Curated by Staffan Bengtsson.

 

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