Say what you will about all-plywood interiors, but it's an overexposed design trend deployed pretty harmoniously in this splendid hillside retreat overlooking the Stockholm archipelago. Designed by local firm Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter, the exterior of the roughly 750 square-foot dwelling takes notes from the two other structures on the property: a 1917 Chinese-style tower and a 1960s single-story addition. This new building, a two-story dwelling with a protruding roof and glass walls, opens out to a terrace and infinity pool with astounding views.
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