The Plastic House is located in a purely residential area just outside of Gothenburg, Sweden. UNIT Arkitektur AB was designed on the site of an old family house. Although the sea is nearby, most people don’t see it from the public places where they spend most of their time. This happened because of the neighbour’s house, which is obstructing the view, and the Swedish Building Regulations, according to which a kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom must be accessible for a disabled person. The house is made of simple materials, thanks to which it is quite large, although the budget is not too big. The facades on the ground floor are clad with the most Swedish facade – sawn spruce cladding. The upper floor, on which the common areas are located, is clad with a flawless and suitable facade material – 5 mm translucent white acrylic plastic or PMMA. A large balcony with a pragmatic steel structure and cheap railing makes up for the lack of outdoor space in connection with the living room.