Villa M2 by Lindvall A&D



The Villa M2 by Lindvall A&D is located in South of Malmo, Sweden.Perfectly designed to spend the time outside with many large double glazing openings, constructed to have full surrounding views from every part of the house.All the bathrooms are minimalistically designed with pure right angled edged units, giving a taste of boldness through the marble and the irregular veining.

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This villa called M2 and located in Sweden was designed for a single family and is a private house, not an office building or something else. It is surrounded by beautiful scenery and that inspired its simple yet beautiful architecture and design. It is built just next to an old lime quarry that is now full of water and turned into a little lake, so you can imagine the view when you simply look out of the window.

And since lime is white , the villa’s walls were also painted white to match the natural area around it and look like it belongs there for ever.So all the windows facing the lake are quite large and reflecting the natural beauty and the side facing the road, on the other side of the house is less open, with smaller windows to protect the inhabitants from the noise of the road.


Published by in Architecture, on October 1st, 2009

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