I have always been impressed with Scandinavian architecture and design; its minimalistic nature is a refreshing change from more conventional Western designs in which more storage is a necessity to house the assortment of items that one collects over time. The dining room, in this case, is undoubtedly catering to a certain taste:
For me this is a refreshing clearing of the palate that, although I would not want to visit too often, holds the almost forgotten virtue of simplicity. I also believe that the beauty of the exterior of the property, along with its surroundings, help to add to the appeal of the property:
Considering that this property does not have running water one can suppose that a more natural and secluded way of living was very much in the architects mind when they created this home - this theme has been continued through the usage of some very nice furs:
I can certainly understand many people's aversion to a property of this nature: within it one would feel very alone but that is the idea perhaps - meeting oneself through seclusion ...