Our object of attention is located in Denmark, on the outskirts of the second largest city of Aarhus, located along the eastern coast of Jutland, which belongs to the most important Danish port. This city is also well known for its annual Viking culture festivals.
This chic and multifunctional villa is located in the suburbs of Aarhus, on a magnificent and picturesque piece of land adjacent to the forest, which adds brightness to the overall landscape. The architects and designers of the Danish company Friis&Moltke, which is the author of the project, have turned a hilly unevenness into one of the advantages of the house design. Creating the impression of a house grown into the base of a hill, showing the interaction of the landscape with the elegance of the architecture and the chosen concept of construction.
The dominant element in the interior of the house, is the wall, with an area of 14,5 m.square., Covered with decorative panels coated with a natural oak veneer and lacquered. It serves not only as a decoration, which gives a unique texture and visual warmth to the room, but also as a base for the kitchen furniture, for storing different utensils and also as a niche for guest seating and for shelving the home library. In the interior design of the house, decorative elements of natural wood adds coziness and richness of furnishings, in the rooms of the view from the window is striking with its colors and beauty of the Scandinavian forest.
We even paid special attention to the interior of the lavatory, which is equipped in a modern style, with not traditional for such facilities low-lying windows. Here is a chic interaction and combination of light and dark colors.