On a mountaintop overlooking the Skagerrak stands this black, hexagonal residence, where no two sides look alike: Tumle House. Its shape - an irregular hexagon - follows both the topography of the site and the preferences of the owner family. For planning and construction, they hired the architect Johannes Norlander. The result is an exceptional work of art in the form of a truly unique building.
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