The Tumle House designed by the Johannes Norlander architecture office is a remote residential area northwest of Gotheburg, on the top of a hill with a view out over the North Sea. It is a residential home for a small family and has a total floor area of 168 square meters spread across two floors. The kitchen and the spacious living room are on the ground floor, while the sleeping areas and work room are on the upper floor. The façade is clad with black, powder-coated aluminum panels. The rectangular and square windows are likewise framed in black sheet metal and fitted flush with the outer skin.