A unique Danish summer house

, , , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard

This Danish summer home situated by a river is definitely a unique retreat. The house has a beautiful wooden structure, with interesting angles and a roof going up to 8 meters. The modern architecture emanates intimacy out of every corner, and it demonstrates a cool play and balanced mixture of material, volumes and even light. The interior has personality – classic and yet modern at the same time. The layout emphasizes privacy while still making the most of the landscape and the views it offers. The small guesthouse, with its sharp, straight lines, contrasts nicely with the main house. Sleek, beautiful, cozy and functional.

Photos: BoBedre via chictip.com

 


8 Comments

  1. Malcolm Whittley
    7 Sep 2017 / 12:26 pm

    I would love to see the plan of this house

  2. malcolm whittley
    7 Sep 2017 / 12:42 pm

    Please send me plans of the main house

  3. malcolm whittley
    7 Sep 2017 / 12:44 pm

    Please send me the plan of the main house

  4. malcolm whittley
    7 Sep 2017 / 12:46 pm

    I would love to see the plan of the main house next to the black summer house

  5. Sue
    12 Oct 2017 / 1:54 pm

    Malcom, I have tried to find other images of this home, I am completely taken with the design the only thing I can see is this floorplan which might work for the main floor, if you come across any information please share it with me….I am planning a hybrid house out of timber beam and AAC block, that’s low impact, green, and sustainable….

  6. Daria
    11 Mar 2018 / 3:51 pm

    We are in the middle of our renovation process and my eye cought the exterior wood. How do you protect it from weathering? Rain, snow etc and from turning grey? But so it still looks natural and actually looks like wood? We have to dcide wether we go with dark painted windows or we go for our dream to have elemts of natural wooden exterior, where one still can see the structure- very similar of what this house is like. Many thanks in advance!

    • 9 Apr 2018 / 3:59 pm

      I haven’t really work with exterior materials in the past, so I don’t have enough knowledge and experience to advise you with confidence. But good luck with your project!

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