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Scandinavian Design: Vedbaek House by NORM Architects

By • 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.

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SBD25 by APOLLO Architects & Associates

By • Oct 28, 2012

APOLLO Architects & Associates designed this modern home, located in Seongbuk-Dong, Seoul, South Korea, in 2011 for the manager of a trading company that specializes in vintage Scandinavian furniture.

It was the client’s desire to feature pieces from his own company while incorporating contemporary elements.

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Copenhagen Penthouse I by Norm Architects

By • 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.

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Are Solbringen Residences by Waldemarson Berglund

By • Jul 10, 2012

Stockholm-based studio Waldemarson Berglund Arkitekter have designed the Are Solbringen Residences in Northern Sweden.

These three timber residences are built to follow the steep slope of the landscape on which they sit, boasting a strikingly slanted effect.

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Corkellis House by Linea Studio

By • Sep 1, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Falmouth-based interior designer Kathryn Tyler of Linea Studio has designed and built her own house, the Corkellis House.

Located in Falmouth, a town on the south coast of Cornwall, England, and completed in 2010, the Corkellis House is a mix of modern architecture with Mid-Century Scandinavian furniture.

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Tenbosh House in Brussels by Patrice Lemeret and Michel Penneman

By • Aug 30, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Tenbosch House is a recently opened hotel that comprises two contiguous Art Nouveau townhouses in the central quartier of Ixelles in Brussels, Belgium.

Owners Cedric Meuris and Bernard Devaux hired architect Patrice Lemeret to transform two nineteenth-century houses into one exclusive hotel, “small enough to care, yet spacious enough to give you freedom and calm.”

Designer Michel Penneman and Catharina Eklof chose carefully mid century Scandinavian furniture to make the hotel “a place of serenity.”

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