Nomen est omen, is what the proverb proclaims. Or, in this case: the program is the image. I mean, doesnt this image look a lot like a watercolour painting? These are the ateliers of the Nordic Watercolour Museum, in Skärhamm (Sweden), designed by Niels Bruun & Henrik Corfitsen arkitekter. As a play on the type of the local buildings, they are combining land with water, being attached neither of the two completely. Each of the units is relatively simple, about 60 square metres of atelier and bedroom spaces, but the look of the entire structure, in combination with the landscape, is just wonderful.