An interesting example of Scandinavian architecture is the Nora House, also called „Double House“, by the Tham & Videgard Hansson Arkitekter studio. Situated in Danderyd, Sweden, its unusual, bulky, cubic facade, made of grey-blue cast concrete, complemented by several majestic wooden windows, stands out from the usual style of the neighborhood. The innovative interior is built on the concept of open floors set by the sequence of four spacious rooms designed for living, lounging and working, ordered from the bottom floor to the top. When percieved in the context of the neighborhood, the pleasant minimalizm of the structure conjures up feelings of uniqueness, serenity, purity and connection with nature. It is nothing short of a definition of a modern house prototype.