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Camouflage: Juniper House by Murman Arkitekter

This summer cottage, which has about 50 square metres of living space, is clad in a vinyl skin printed with photos of the juniper trees growing in the surrounding area. This means not only that the house fits harmoniously and discreetly into its environment, but also that it offers its residents a high degree of privacy. The façade has been installed over a steel framework at about a 40-cm space from the house, which is made of locally timbered wood. Juniper House was designed by the Swedish studio Murman Arkitekter. Inside, the house is open and bright; it is furnished in a combination of Ikea furniture and the Wishbone Chairs by Danish designer Hans Wegner. Source: Inhabitat

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