Naturvillan are builders with experience in both residential and greenhouse construction that offer a combination of climate shells and housing design for a symbiotic experience of healthy living and plant cultivation. Located in Brålanda, Sweden, this is the company’s second Atri Villa and it’s now available for purchase. The glass A-frame residence is like living in a Green House filled with home grown fruits, plants and flowers from the Mediterranean.
Naturvillan Sustainable Atri Villa
Located on the shores of Sweden’s Lake Vänern, the three bedroom, two bathroom A-frame house is encased in two soaring walls of glass with an internal structure built of timber.
The vast three-story atrium was conceived as both an enclosed wrap-around porch—complete with a dining table and lounge spaces sheltered from the lakefront winds—as well as a greenhouse that blurs the distinction between the interior and the great outdoors.
The expansive interior is equipped with plenty of passive cooling and off-grid energy-efficient devices. At night the home is illuminated by the solar panels.
With plenty of light and space, the home’s ground floor has a long galley kitchen, living room, dining area, a bedroom, bath and sliding glass doors to the enclosed gardens.
The first flight of stairs leads to a slightly smaller floor plan with an open office, guest room and master bedroom and bath, both of which have direct access to an interior balcony that overlooks the greenhouse.
A second, treehouse-like flight leads to a narrow rooftop terrace that gracefully extends across the entire atrium.
This climate-smart villa has its own solar system for heating and electricity, as well as automatic irrigation and ecocycle-systems that utilize nutrients from wastewater for the garden plants.
The single family home is for sale. More info about the Naturvillan Sustainable Atri Villa.
Price $913,830 USD / 855.044 EUR / 7 850 000 SEK
Listing ID 46465
Address Sikhall 156 Västra Götaland
Land 1388 M²
Surface 124 M²
Property Floors 2
Year Built 2022
Learn more about Naturvillan here.
information and images courtesy of Naturvillan, Architectural Digest, and ERA