Swedish homes are known for their stylish simplicity, where the interior is glamorous and fashionably desired. This still remains true for one family in Sweden who decided to go even simpler with an L-shaped home.
This means that the only parts of the house that are hidden are the private areas, such as the bathroom and sleeping quarters. Architectures used plain wood clad geometric shape on the exterior with an open concept design for the interior. In fact, the front door is made of glass and allows anyone to see all the way down the corridor of the L-shaped home, which is that of 28 meters and includes the living room and kitchen area.
The upstairs is the most hidden from the other neutral areas of the home, yet are still designed with an open concept. Check out the images below as well as find more images on this Swedish L-shaped home and then you can decipher, would you live in an L-shaped designed home?