the immense and the intimate
This is not a small house. It is only so because here, the immense presence of the landscape makes the house an intimate place. As Bachelard stated, “intimate space and exterior space keep encouraging each other, as it were, in their growth”.
still, that this vastness is inhabited
once pencil sketches, ephemeral
bathing in sunlight
Hvitträsk, designed by Finnish architects Saarinen, Lindgren and Geselius around 1900 to accommodate their families and office.