The Kråkmora Holmar House is only 138 square feet — the limit for guest houses allowed by building authorities. A closed wooden façade facing uphill ensures privacy for both the main house and the guest house. All of the home’s other sides facing the waterline (located just 4 meters downhill) are wide open to magnificent views of the Baltic Sea.
The interior decoration is minimal – Nordic and vintage elements combine to create quiet spaces for drinking tea and daydreaming. A central fireplace — the home’s only heating source — is powered by local driftwood, and the entire home can be heated up in an hour. Fully insulated, the house’s electricity is sourced from ethical companies that only provide renewable energy.