(Johan Sundberg Arkitektur)
On the grounds of a historical farm tucked in the soft hills of Skåne in southern Sweden, Johan Sundberg built a little shed: a humble, almost archetypical building, at the same time contemporary and refined. Daylight shines through the gaps in the wooden façade, accentuating its clear, calm structure. There are no direct sun rays and sharp shadows, but uniform reflected light. At dusk, the building turns into a cutting-edge light sculpture, floating amidst darkened trees and grasses.