Green-roofed home with rusting walls appears to grow out of a Finnish forest
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Located on a gradual southward slope, the Residence in Muhos was built to look like an extension of the surrounding pine undergrowth with an angled turfed surface that connects the forest floor with the zigzag roof. The roof is strong enough to hold the weight of a moose in case any wildlife or people want to climb atop the planted slope. Pre-weathered Corten steel and gray spruce planks clad the home for a muted, earthy appearance that matches the landscape. Related: Spruce-clad Öijared...