Located in Skövde, Sweden, House 669 by HelgessonGonzaga Arkitekter is a beautiful example of a low-budget home constructed from a set fabrication process. House 669 is a catalog house, featuring a style chosen by the owner to fit into the neofunctional aesthetic of the surrounding neighborhood. In terms of build, standard materials often found in catalog houses — including 3-strip parquet, plasterboard ceilings and laminate window sills — are stripped away to achieve a minimalist, tactile material palette. The ground floor is divided into a trio of variously colored “islands,” which not only supports the homeowner’s social life, but also provides structural support for the private rooms upstairs.