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See Myrviken under construction: Myrviken in Uppsala from scratch in the news archive. Follow the house Myrviken being built on Gotland. 



The village Myrviken has it all; school, gym, library, gasoline station, restaurant, grocery store, bank, two barber shops, fire station, tire service, tourist office and a workshop. The same applies to our house model MYRVIKEN. In approximately 100 square meters it gives space for almost everything you need in a normal sized family.

A staircase leads to the second floor, where there is the opportunity to furnish additional approximately 30 sqm when the need for space grows.

The house has functional and practical planning. It is wider and lower than our traditional barn houses, giving it the character more of a villa. By window settings, hatches and other details, we have still caught the barn detail and got a house that easily adapts to both city and country.

MYRVIKEN 133/200
G. Bäckman, architect

Gunnar Bäckman

Gunnar Bäckman, architect 1967, Licentiate of Technology at Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), in Stockholm, municipal architect of Östersund and Krokom in the county of Jämtland. Gunnar has formed the basis of Arvesund’s design principles. In his models he has captured the barn and re-formed it to modern houses.

Based on his experience as a municipal architect Gunnar has in a number of projects shown how barn houses, backyard houses and cabins together can create a closely connected yard milieu and buildings.

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