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Small Oak House in Denmark

Fri, Sep 4, 2009 | Small home designs | By Mike

This small yet cosy house is situated by the coast of the north of Zealand, Denmark. It is one of the two houses on the one site which share a common garden and some other spaces. The house’s area is only 75 square meters but with a up-to-date oak-clad and smart design it is the great place for contemporary family. During its latest redesign “sky-boxes” were added to provide space and air so it usually filled with natural light. The large glazed openings and double-height ceiling at some parts of the roof also help with that. Large sliding doors lets the in- and outside melt together. Facade is made of oak lists treated with iron sulfate. [primus arkitekter]

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  1. Oliver Says:

    great house – natural light inside a house is always the best idea I think.

  2. Roger Dutton Says:

    I love the “simple “layout, natural light and airy feel of this house. Are there any in the UK? What kind of cost would be associated for the unit shown? Really very pleasing design which looks as though it would lend itself to a kit form rather well. Like a Bauhouse sort of thing (sorry if that is spelled wrong)

    Roger Dutton

  3. Dav Says:

    You know, people would flock to tiny apartments with lots of shared common space in droves IF there was a reliable way to get your neighbors to treat you well.

    That is the technology that would transform the housing industry.

  4. AndresMexico Says:

    ¿Small? Si quieren saber de casas miserablemente pequeñas, busquen las siguientes palabres: “casas INFONAVIT” o “casas FOVISSSTE” en México. Saludos.
    Y recuerden: los arquitectos diseñan casas de interés social en las cuales ellos no se atreverían a vivir; y proponen sistemas constructivos con los que no fabricarían su propia casa. Saludos.

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