H-House designed by Swedish architects, Widjedal Racki Bergerhoff Architects. The house located in the archipelago of Stockholm situated on a beautiful site overlooking the ocean in Trosa, Sweden. It built in scenic setting but the climate is hars. In these coastal areas, summers are light but short and the wind can often be a problem. The building designed to oppose these problems, combine the building and nature. They built outdoor areas under roof on 1/3 area of the building. The house used concrete, rusty steel, untreated pine wood, oiled wenge and water as main materials.
The house had a H shaped, creating intimate for the occupants and protect courtyards from wind and prolong the summer season. The main veranda is fully under roof and an open fireplace keeps temperature up during spring and fall. For the private bedroom, they use dark wooden floor and interiors.