LASC studio premier their talent with this farmhouse conversion in Skane, Sweden. LASC founders, Jonas Labbe and Johannes Schotanus, took what was once a dark and cramped interior (Originally intended, I'm assuming, as a buffer from the Scandinavian cold) and created a light, white space, highlighted by knotty wood cladding and some candy-inspired colors. Ultimately, I think it's the scale of the project that makes it so appealed and concise. Spotted originally on Designboom. See also LASC.
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Posted by Purekitchen at 8:38 AM