Villa UH1 in Sweden

Villa UH1 in Sweden

On a soft natural slope in a residential area of Stockholm in Sweden, the folks from RB Arkitektur came out with this impressive design. Dubbed Villa UH1, the building is an eco-friendly example of how to go beyond the boundaries. It has a roof covered in green moss and uses geothermal energy – harnessed by a heat pump, to supply the under-floor heating system. Thing are just as good on the inside. With an inner courtyard for privacy, large windows, open space and amazing furniture, Villa UH1 is a beautiful dream home, perfect for a family. – via

One comment

  • Marcus Fillion January 31, 2015 at 18:37 PMLogin to Reply →

    The biggest benefit to this home looks like it would be the under-floor heating system. Otherwise I would worry about all that hard flooring. The lack of rugs can get cold if you don’t have a floor heating system.