Friday, April 22, 2016

Modern Construction Technique

Skarplöts Allé
The progress have been slow at Skarplöts Allé in Västerhaninge, but I did spot one new house currently being set up there earlier in the week. This used to be a big field until a few years ago when IKEA and Skanska started the BoKlok Concept. The name Skarplöt comes from the nearby farm. If you want to see a few photos from that farm, check out this post from a few years ago.


Mersad said...

I don't think I have ever seen a house being build this way.

Mersad Donko Photography

William Kendall said...

That does look unusual.

Bob Crowe said...

So I assume the roof-line will descend from what looks like a central towers here to the outer walls. I can understand the reasons for it but it would look a lot more interesting if they left the shape as is.

Stefan Jansson said...

I would have to agree with you on that Bob, usually it will only take a few hours to put up a module house, but I only noticed one guy here so it might take him a little bit longer. This is pretty much the norm when you build houses these days.