Villa Sagalid, the villa with ceramic walls that look as if they were painted by hand
Villa Sagalid, the villa with ceramic walls that look as if they were painted by hand
Villa Sagalid, the villa with ceramic walls that look as if they were painted by hand

Wide cliffs and open sea towards the horizon: the starting point for the construction of a private house in Djurö, Villa Sagalid, whose ceramic cladding is inspired by the color and texture of the surrounding pine bark

Thomas Sandell is the creator of the design for Villa Sagalid, a house that spans 500 meters and rises four stories, with a panoramic view on the top floor. The pool with which the house is equipped is hidden as much as possible from passing ships and boats

Villa Sagalid, the villa with ceramic walls that look as if they were painted by hand

The exterior is completely covered in handmade, dark-colored ceramic tiles that vibrate depending on how the sun reflects off them. A dozen uniquely characterful tiles that bear the architect's signature are randomly scattered throughout the building

Villa Sagalid, the villa with ceramic walls that look as if they were painted by hand

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