8 April 2013
Designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune and manufactured by the Swedish company Fiskarhedenvillan, Tind House is a prefabricated structure that doesn’t look like one. The aim of the project was to create a prefabricated dwelling that would incorporate architectural elements of traditional Swedish homes, reinterpreted and brought up to date. A goal that has been achieved, thanks to the addition of contemporary elements, such as the large expanses of glass and the pitched roof with a flat top. The house can have one, two or three stories, can be adapted to sloping sites too and the distribution of the spaces is flexible and easy to modify. You can take a closer look at it at the new Globo Meeting Gallery, Corso Monforte 15, from tomorrow until April 14.