Erik Persson of Stockholm-based General Architecture is a preservationist in the best sense; when it came time to build his own summerhouse, he found a derelict barn, dismantled it, and moved it to a more advantageous location. There’s no electricity, no indoor bathroom, and a rudimentary kitchen.
Photography courtesy of General Architecture.
Not pictured: The wood staircase that leads to the newly added second floor, and a charming outhouse. See more via Monocle.
More Swedish summerhouse inspiration:
- 9 Ideas to Steal from the Scandi Summerhouse
- Shocking Color in a Swedish Summer House
- The Outermost House: A Norwegian Island Retreat