The Swedish study architecture Oscarson Elding minimal house designed in a traditional neighborhood of Landskrona, Sweden. Its volume orthogonal box-devoid of all ornamentation, further enhances the picturesque character of small traditional houses that surround it. A small solar uninhabited for years on a quiet street was the place to build a house for a couple. The narrow site was wedged between traditional houses of the old quarter of the Swedish population of Landskrona, but the owners wanted a building of contemporary design. The architect’s proposal Elding Oscarson, a priori risky, has managed to integrate the new building and its surroundings due to the contrast of the approach just about the buildings that surround it. Adapting inadvertently imitate, Townhouse House gets even greater importance to small houses nearby. With just five meters wide and a small plant of 75 m2, the house retains the proportion and scale of low buildings that surround it, although his approach is radically different. In this “small” project has created indoor playing different heights, according to the layout of different lofts. The compact construction has been distributed by creating a single three-story space with unconventional heights. The three-story house kitchen, dining room / library, bedroom, bathroom and terrace. Furthermore, housing has a small rear courtyard, following the pattern of other neighboring houses. At the bottom of it has added a small office where business is conducted of the owners, dedicated to the art world. All facades are treated the same way, offering similar openings in the facade to the street, in the rear and on both sides.