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This Swedish Summer House Is Luxe Brutalism at Its Best

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Designed by local firm Arrhov Frick Arkitektkontor, the Six Walls House, in Nacka, Sweden—a wooded suburb of Stockholm—is a minimalist's dream, its name derived from the six 16-foot-high poured-concrete walls that form its shell and divide its 2,637 square feet of interior space. The house, which has been very sparsely, monochromatically styled in these photos, isn't all 90-degree angles, though: A central corkscrew staircase leads from a hall to the second-level bedrooms and up to a roof terrace.

Six Walls House in Boo, Sweden by Arrhov Frick Arkitektkontor [Yatzer]
All Sweden coverage [Curbed]