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The house is near Grisslehamn’s town center, away from the bustle of ferries and fishing boats. “You get here through country filled with pine trees, blueberry patches and heather,” Kanje says. “It is a little tricky to build in more remote places.… But, in the end, transporting the building materials over the gravel roads wasn’t a problem.” Westman and Jacobsson had a basic idea of what features they wanted in order to accommodate their lifestyle, and therefore what the house should look like. “We sketched a few ideas to get it together. In the beginning, it was supposed to be an L-shaped house,” Kanje says. The architects usually start from the client’s ideas and then sketch out a detailed plan over and over until it’s ready. This time, though, something just didn’t feel right. It bothered them both, so they kept rethinking it until they came up with the idea of a house made up of three separate “bodies.”

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The house is near Grisslehamn’s town center, away from the bustle of ferries and fishing boats. “You get here through country filled with pine trees, blueberry patches and heather,” Kanje says. “It is a little tricky to build in more remote places.… But, in the end, transporting the building materials over the gravel roads wasn’t a problem.” Westman and Jacobsson had a basic idea of what features they wanted in order to accommodate their lifestyle, and therefore what the house should look like. “We sketched a few ideas to get it together. In the beginning, it was supposed to be an L-shaped house,” Kanje says. The architects usually start from the client’s ideas and then sketch out a detailed plan over and over until it’s ready. This time, though, something just didn’t feel right. It bothered them both, so they kept rethinking it until they came up with the idea of a house made up of three separate “bodies.”

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The house is near Grisslehamn’s town center, away from the bustle of ferries and fishing boats. “You get here through country filled with pine trees, blueberry patches and heather,” Kanje says. “It is a little tricky to build in more remote places.… But, in the end, transporting the building materials over the gravel roads wasn’t a problem.” Westman and Jacobsson had a basic idea of what features they wanted in order to accommodate their lifestyle, and therefore what the house should look like. “We sketched a few ideas to get it together. In the beginning, it was supposed to be an L-shaped house,” Kanje says. The architects usually start from the client’s ideas and then sketch out a detailed plan over and over until it’s ready. This time, though, something just didn’t feel right. It bothered them both, so they kept rethinking it until they came up with the idea of a house made up of three separate “bodies.”

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The house is near Grisslehamn’s town center, away from the bustle of ferries and fishing boats. “You get here through country filled with pine trees, blueberry patches and heather,” Kanje says. “It is a little tricky to build in more remote places.… But, in the end, transporting the building materials over the gravel roads wasn’t a problem.” Westman and Jacobsson had a basic idea of what features they wanted in order to accommodate their lifestyle, and therefore what the house should look like. “We sketched a few ideas to get it together. In the beginning, it was supposed to be an L-shaped house,” Kanje says. The architects usually start from the client’s ideas and then sketch out a detailed plan over and over until it’s ready. This time, though, something just didn’t feel right. It bothered them both, so they kept rethinking it until they came up with the idea of a house made up of three separate “bodies.”

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The house is near Grisslehamn’s town center, away from the bustle of ferries and fishing boats. “You get here through country filled with pine trees, blueberry patches and heather,” Kanje says. “It is a little tricky to build in more remote places.… But, in the end, transporting the building materials over the gravel roads wasn’t a problem.” Westman and Jacobsson had a basic idea of what features they wanted in order to accommodate their lifestyle, and therefore what the house should look like. “We sketched a few ideas to get it together. In the beginning, it was supposed to be an L-shaped house,” Kanje says. The architects usually start from the client’s ideas and then sketch out a detailed plan over and over until it’s ready. This time, though, something just didn’t feel right. It bothered them both, so they kept rethinking it until they came up with the idea of a house made up of three separate “bodies.”

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