Kallesø’s guesthouse

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Architect Martin Kallesø created this unique 18 m2 guesthouse in Praestøe, in the southeast part of Denmark.

The house is a small freestanding retreat for guests close to the existing summerhouse. Its irregular shape was intended to optimize the use of the space, light and view.

The house contains a double bed and storage for clothes. The large window and skylights provide the house with abundant light and a connection to the outdoors. Inside, the walls, ceiling and floor are all covered with the same wood veneer, which creates a lovely uniform interior infused with tranquility.

Photos: via Martin Kallesø 

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3 Comments

  1. codognotto nathalie
    20 Jul 2012 / 13:33

    C’est tellement magnifique, spacieux et j’espère qu’en France on fera ce genre d’architecture.

    • 23 Aug 2012 / 10:51

      Merci beaucoup pour votre commentaire!
      Si vous avez besoin d´un architecte, vous pouves me apeller sur
      +0045 – 61 79 67 28

      sincerement,
      Martin Kallesø, arkitekt MAA, Copenhague, DK

  2. henri
    27 Apr 2014 / 05:39

    this looks wonderful !
    what kind of wood is used inside ?

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