Plus House is a pre-fab two-storey house by Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune. It has generic proportions of a traditional Swedish barn house. Instead of windows positioned like regular “holes” along the walls, entire sides are glazed. On the entrance floor both long walls are glazed. On the upper floor the gable ends are glazed. Seen in plan, these two lines of vision straight through the building are perpendicular like a plus sign.

This is the first house Claesson Koivisto Rune has designed for pre-fab manufacturer Arkitekthus. This particular one is placed in Tyresö, outside Stockholm in Sweden.


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