By Magaly • Dec 11, 2016
Reydon Grove Farm is a private home located in Suffolk, England.
Completed in 2016, it was designed by NORM Architects.
By Magaly • Dec 24, 2014
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark, Fredensborg House was designed by NORM Architects.
The home was completed in 2010 and covers an area of 2,583 square feet.
By Magaly • Dec 7, 2014
Forest House is a private residence designed in 2010 by NORM Architects.
The home, located in Copenhagen, Denmark, covers an area of 2,691 square feet.
By Holly • Nov 2, 2012
Danish design studio, NORM Architects, have completed the Vedbaek House.
Many of the walls on the ground floor of this family home were knocked down to create an open plan space, and allowing the old, unique staircase to take centre stage.
By Holly • Oct 2, 2012
Danish design studio, Norm Architects, have designed the Humlebaek House.
This old home was modernized to suit the needs of a working artist, incorporating a studio space and enhancing the amount of natural light.
By Sophie • Sep 25, 2012
This minimalist space, located in Copenhagen, Denmark, was created by Norm Architects.
The focus of the design was to reduce excess elements in order to showcase the apartment’s stunning view of the city.
By Holly • Sep 17, 2012
Danish multidisciplinary design studio, Norm Architects, has designed the Copenhagen Penthouse I in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Built as a home retreat for a Danish couple living in Spain, this penthouse apartment features a calm, minimal interior and a large rooftop terrace.
By admin • Feb 2, 2011
The Fredensborg House was designed by NORM Architects.
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark, this single-family residence is built on five small plateaus connected by steps, reflecting the shape of its surrounding terrain.
If you like white interiors, you will love this house!
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