Designed by Johan Sundberg, the Bergman Werntoft House is a lovely home in Mossvägen, Ljunghusen, Sweden. You can find it in the Ljungskogen forest, on a flat and sandy site. The house borrowed its architecture cues from the Danish atrium houses of the 1960s and 1970s. Access to the courtyard is very easy, thanks to the large glass panels and sliding doors of the house. We especially love how the architects created a seamless transition between the indoor and outdoor areas.
Johan Sundberg’s Bergman Werntoft House in Sweden
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