Bornstein Lyckefors arkitekterBornstein Lyckefors建築事務所成立於2012年，今天由24名建築師、室內設計師和項目經理組成，在哥德堡和斯德哥爾摩設有辦事處。
Bornstein Lyckefors Architects was founded in 2012 and today consists of 24 architects, interior designers and project managers with offices in Gothenburg and Stockholm. The company is active in a wide range of business areas, from large-scale architectural projects, primarily in homes and offices, to interior design in hotels and restaurants, private homes and product design. Central to the business is a belief that architecture can influence, touch and create value. Based on an experience-based process, spaces, shapes and strong identities are created.
Villa Radal is a single-family house in Långedrag west of the city of Gothenburg. The name of the place was first recorded in 1766, and then referred to a saltery and a fishing village to the west of Gothenburg. The great herring rush in the late 18th century contributed to the development of the village. But it was only when the tramway extended to the west in 1908 that a larger number of villas, both lavishly architect designed and smaller with a self-built character, began to be erected in the area.
1915年，海洋新聞編輯弗裡茨·Schéel (Fritz Schéel)在奧斯伯格山(Osberg Hill)的山坡上，在這樣一個公園旁建起瞭一座別墅。
The environment has been characterized by sparsely developed plots surrounded by gardens and parks. By such a park, on the slopes of Osberg Hill, Maritime news editor Fritz Schéel erected a villa in 1915. A park-like garden was also built around the house overlooking the surrounding area.
It is on a subplot from villa Schéel that villa R is erected. The house climbs Osbergets northern slope and closes the last opening to the neighborhoods enclosed oak-grove.
The building has a bricked ground floor, and a glazed second story looking out into the surrounding canopy. The roof protrudes over the envelope and follows the angle of the surrounding terrain.
You enter villa R from the north and are guided through a small hallway towards a central ground floor living room. Bedrooms surround the living room, and an atrium-like staircase brings light into the in-slope story.