Humid air hangs over the undulating heaths and ridges of Halland. A mountain pine extends at the window glass, shyly catching the strokes of sunlight. Among wooded landscapes and mile-long beaches rests an artist’s dream on the Swedish west coast, strategically hidden amidst the trees. This almost sixty-year-old house used to belong to the iconic furniture designer and architect Bruno Mathsson. His soul is still present.
The scene is light, warm and open. Beautiful leather furniture and wooden accessories take their place next to furnishings originally designed for the building by Mathsson himself. Simplicity, functionality and an intimate relation to nature authenticate all aspects of his work. The summer house in Frösakull, also known as the House of Tomorrow, is no exception.