The Success of Andreas Martin-Löf's House Near Stockholm Lies in Being Playful and Taking Risks

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: Chairs

: Vases

: Fireplace: Decking

A blackened-steel fireplace heats the dining area. Photography by James Silverman.

Andreas Martin-Löf Architects’s namesake founder installed LED strips on the stairs of his weekend retreat in Aspvik, Sweden. Photography by James Silverman.

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The cast-in-place concrete plinth is angled at 5 degrees, a reference to the shape of a 1912 viewing tower on the property. Photography by James Silverman.

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Decking is an eco-friendly pine-silicon composite. Photography by James Silverman.

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Inga Sempé chairs pull up to a dining table composed of standard carpentry trestles and a remnant of the ½-inch-thick plywood used throughout the interior. Photography by James Silverman.

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: Throw

: Sofa

: Chairs

: Side Table

: Rug

: Floor Lamp

: Vase

In the living area, a Jasper Morrison side table stands next to a Patricia Urquiola sofa. Photography by James Silverman.

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: Tray

: Cooktop, Oven

: Sink Fittings

Carrara marble runs between kitchen cabinets with custom plywood doors fronting mass-produced bodies. Photography by James Silverman.

The concrete plinth contains a workshop. Photography by James Silverman.

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Stainless-steel plates create the infinity edges of the vinyl-lined 25-foot pool. Photography by James Silverman.

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In the bedroom, a custom sconce illuminates pillows by Anna Sörensson. Photography by James Silverman.

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: Shower Fittings

: Sink, Toilet

Spanish marble clads the bathroom. Photography by James Silverman.

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