House Tumle is an unusual but fascinating compact crib from Johannes Norlander Arkitektur located close to Gothenburg, Sweden. The project was built in a residential area on a hill and is overlooking the North Sea. The total surface of the residence is 168 square meters and you can check out the building plans in the last two photos of this post for a detailed view. Its shape is meant to be abstract, an icon for the family living inside it. Its two levels house a kitchen, a living area, the bedrooms and a home office. We particularly like the black and white color selection as well as the interesting contrast this home creates with its environment. The interior is minimalist, with modern appliances and inspiring arrangements.  A perfect example emphasizing that “simplicity is bliss”.