A Swedish design firm has won a competition for a new home design inspired by the country’s synchronicity.
The design firm, Synchronic Home Design, was awarded the prestigious Home Design of the Year prize at the World Design Festival in Stockholm.
Synchrony is a company that designs and manufactures synchro home designs.
In a statement, CEO and co-founder, Kristoffer Räsänen, said: I was inspired to design this house after spending the last years living in the Swedish capital Stockholm.
When I was growing up, it was my dream to move to Sweden and have my own home and I couldn’t think of a more perfect home.
I wanted to create a home that is unique to Stockholm and that’s exactly what I achieved with Synchronys Synchronized House.
It’s a home with the best elements of synchrony, and this was one of the main factors that I wanted to keep in mind when designing this house.
When I designed this house I was also inspired by my experiences living in Stockholm as a kid, which is what inspired my home design.
This house is a perfect example of a synchral house that doesn’t rely on a big, bulky structure and instead uses a simple yet elegant design that fits within the city centre.
Synchronies Synchronised House was built to be a complete living experience for the family.
Visitors to the house will be able to enjoy the outdoor living area, which includes a garden, fountains and a swimming pool, while enjoying a poolside deck.
A kitchen, which has been designed to include a large space, is also available for the guests to take their meals and eat out.
A dining room also features an expansive living area and is filled with seating for up to 10 guests.
There are two bedrooms and a bathroom in the house, which can be set up in any style.
A shared bathroom also opens onto the outdoor kitchen.
One of the rooms also has an air-conditioning system which is great for relaxing.
There are also two balconies that can be arranged to meet the outside.
The house has been made out of timber and has been covered in natural materials, including a tree, and is covered in wood beams.
Räsampen said Synchronics Synchronize Home Design will be a great place to live.
“The design process took two years and I’m sure this house will stand the test of time,” he said.
“I hope that you will like it as much as I did when I first saw it.”