Villa Sundsvedja is a hospitality villa on the Söderlångvik estate in the Dragsfjärd archipelago. The manor was once owned by patron of the arts Amos Anderson, and the main building now serves as a museum. In addition to the museum, the estate includes a large orchard, greenhouses, farm land, a farm sales shop and café. The estate is owned by Föreningen Konstsamfundet and it has for a long time desired hospitality and reception rooms to lease to management teams and families. For this purpose, a beautiful shoreline plot was selected about a kilometre from the main building.
One arrives at Villa Sundsvedja from the north side, along the edge of a cliff. Views over the sea open up from the interior. The surrounding nature is actively present in all the rooms. The building, which contains residential and reception facilities, consists of a low, black sauna section and a taller section which will acquire a silver-grey patina.
The tall section is built in wood and with wood-fibre insulation, while the low sauna section is built in lightweight concrete blocks.
Architecture design: Jenni Reuter Structural design: Arto Lind HVAC and electrical: H?n Strandell Main contractor: Roland Malmberg valokuvat # photos Juha Ilonen osoite # address Sundsvedjavägen 200, Dragsfjärd laajuus # gross area 260 m2 valmistuminen # completion 2010