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A Single-Family House Overlooking Fields and Fyn Beech Forest

Sun, Jan 31, 2010 | Modern home designs | By Mike

This beautiful single-family house is located on a hill overlooking fields and Fyn beech forest. Its consists of two composite boxes which are done in simple gray, custom-made stone. The side facing the fields and forest, characterized by large windows that invite natural light inside. On the other side windows in contrary are made very small and low in order not to spoil the view with neighbors houses. The interior floors are mostly dones in specially polished oak which are made of small glued pieces. It doesn’t consist of standard rooms but has an open plan which is deviled by sliding doors and curtains. Thanks to that its interior is always different because chaining it is a very very simple task.

[Jeppe Utzon]

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  1. JHG Says:

    Not sure about the usage of the curtains, which breaks the wide space opportunity to make something probably a bit better.

  2. kailastone Says:

    It’s like living in a road cone…

  3. Ed Says:

    These pictures actually made my stomach feel turned upside down. Horrible colors inside and outside, curtains are absolutely tasteless. What on earth were they thinking.

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