Fredensborg House

NORM Architects recently completed this house located on a sloping property north of Copenhagen, built on five small plateaus connected by steps, reflecting the shape of its surrounding terrain. As you enter the central hall of the house a grand staircase welcomes you to the highest point of the property, consisting of three different plateaus connecting the master bedroom, the living area, kitchen and dining area that connects serenely in one continuous space. The different areas of the house Read more […]
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Copenhagen Penthouse

Norm Architects renovated the apartment to create the feeling of a private hotel suite for a Danish couple. Here is the project description: The basic idea for the renovation of this Copenhagen apartment was to create the feel of a private hotel suite for a Danish couple living in Spain. As the owners travel a lot, we wanted to create a calm and pure structure that was ideal for relaxation. Everything but the floors and the main structure was redone and we used the existing elements Read more […]
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Kvadrat Showroom by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

The Bouroullec Brothers have just completed the new Kvadrat showroom in Copenhagen. The minimalist, linear space displays a wall which features the tile concept clouds, adding a more organic and textured feel alongside the natural colors of the interior. The showroom boasts a large working area made from wood as well as a small seating area that provides clients with a place to relax and a view of the overall space. Photos by Paul Tahon and Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec Via Read more […]
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Harbour Bath by PLOT = JDS + BIG

The Harbour Bath, designed by PLOT = JDS + BIG, emerges out of the desire of extending the surrounding park onto the water as a terassed landscape. The pool replaces the loading dock, now transformed into a recreational space for the city. The urban beach were the wood represents the sand, defines a public enclosure, accessible and safe to enjoy the summer sun and water. Via Judit Bellostes Read more […]
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