Täby Villa filled with Japanese harmony
“It does look like a Japanese person had done it!”
Better scores than would the family Olofzon hardly have. They have merged the old Swedish wooden house with ancient Japanese traditions.
Seen from the entrance seems to imply that the house in Täby, just a carefully renovated wooden house. But you go around the corner reveals a completely different world. The old Swedish wooden house catalog has been a modern extension of concrete with large windows overlooking the Japanese garden. A Buddhist home in the middle of the Swedish residential buildings.
Bo and his Japanese wife, Minako, bought the old derelict house 2005. Next, the renovation in time.
Man kan säga att det började med ett stopp – i avloppet. (You(husband?) could say it started with one end – down the drain.) That’s when Bo Olofzon “only” would repair a leak in the basement floor. But “just” became much more. In the end, he had bilateral up the whole floor and now the house is all related to swapped. Since the continued rehabilitation of the children cheerfully colored bedroom and play room, old kitchen was one room with home theater, a new bathroom – with more and more. Almost everything done by Bo himself. He believes that he has spent a total of at least half a year of full-time on all construction.