A House For All Seasons: A Retreat For Finnish Architect Anssi Lassila

OOPEAA’s Anssi Lassila demolished a family house on this site in Soini, Finland, and reused the brick, now painted, for a larger structure with triple glazing. Photography by James Silverman.

Standing in a corner of the living area is a lamp by Valvomo. Photography by James Silverman.

The zinc roof rises to accommodate the loft and the guest room, both outfitted with operable skylights. Photography by James Silverman.

A stainless-steel hood floats above the kitchen island in oiled spruce. Photography by James Silverman.

Surrounded by a birch-plywood parapet, the loft sits on top of an enclosure containing a staircase. Photography by James Silverman.

Rods of painted stainless steel, anchored to the house’s structural frame, support the loft. It’s connected by a bridge to the guest room. Photography by James Silverman.

In the dining area, Alvar Aalto chairs and stools surround a custom birch table. Photography by James Silverman.

The concrete foundation of the demolished house remains. Photography by James Silverman.

Entered through the bathroom, a sauna features spruce seating up-lit by LED strips. Photography by James Silverman.

Cobblestones from city streets now pave a terrace. Photography by James Silverman.

Verner Panton’s chair joins the bathroom’s tub in post-industrial recycled plastic. Photography by James Silverman.

In the property’s separate sauna, a converted granary, 19th-century spruce-log walls contrast with new spruce. Photography by James Silverman.

The sauna is surrounded by a field of barley. Photography by James Silverman.

A glass-roofed pergola partially shelters a deck. Photography by James Silverman.

An 11-foot ceiling allows for the sauna’s multiple temperature zones. Photography by James Silverman.

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