This minimalistic concrete home is located in Turku, on the seaside next to archipelago in South-Western Finland. The bare concrete walls both inside and outside the building give the house a very industrial feeling, but combined with rustic oak floors and relatively low room height the atmosphere inside is very cozy and homelike.

The location next to sea give spectacular views from large windows and several patios on the rocky plot makes it easy to enjoy the nature and the house is only 15 minutes away from the downtown Turku, it feels like a summer cottage.

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Living room fireplace / Gyrofocus  (Dominique Imbert 1968) Photo 3 of villAma modern homeView Photos

Living room fireplace / Gyrofocus (Dominique Imbert 1968)

Dining area / industrial lamps from a factory close to Prague, Czechoslovakia (1930's)  Photo 5 of villAma modern homeView Photos

Dining area / industrial lamps from a factory close to Prague, Czechoslovakia (1930's)

Dining area / industrial lamps from a factory close to Prague, Czechoslovakia (1930's)  Photo 6 of villAma modern homeView Photos

Dining area / industrial lamps from a factory close to Prague, Czechoslovakia (1930's)

Shower / sauna Photo 11 of villAma modern homeView Photos

Shower / sauna

Ground floor entrance Photo 15 of villAma modern homeView Photos

Ground floor entrance

An old electrical junction box found from a local junk yard, which now encases an intercom / electronic door opener Photo 16 of villAma modern homeView Photos

An old electrical junction box found from a local junk yard, which now encases an intercom / electronic door opener

Credits

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Architect
  • SAFA Pekka Mäki / Sigge Oy
Landscape Design
  • Minna Toivanen
Builder
  • Rakennustoimisto S. Tikakoski Oy
Photographer
  • Jukka-Pekka Virtanen

Overview

Location
  • Bedrooms
  • 3
  • Full Baths
  • 1
  • Partial Baths
  • 1
  • Structure
  • House (Single Residence)
  • Style
  • Industrial
  • Year
  • 2012