Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

 

Norm Architects have completed the interior refurbishment of a private residence north of Copenhagen, marrying country house charm and contemporary sophistication.

Located in the idyllic landscape of Northern Zealand, Denmark, surrounded by meadows and forests, the house sits intimately secluded in a nook of trees that open up to a park-like garden. The exterior is a tribute to traditional Danish country houses, featuring a matte-rendered chalk coloured façade, paned windows, thatched roof and granite stone settings. Everything outside and within is made from the finest, largely locally sourced natural materials.

The interior comprises warm, balanced spaces with roughly textured surfaces, thoughtfully in-built and bespoke details. The overall mood and colour palette of the exterior is translated into the interior with raw, tactile materials like wood, stone, natural fibre textiles and leathers dominating the open plan of the house. The aesthetic is a combination of farmhouse appeal, exclusive refinement and elegant, sculptural features.

 

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace



Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

 

Designed to meet the needs of an active family that often hosts and entertains guests, the property comprises pool, tennis court and connected greenhouse. All materials chosen for the interiors are durable and easily maintained, only gaining beauty with time, wear and tear. Inspired by the family’s lifestyle and frequent travels, the interior feature elements synonymous with hospitality interiors.

The open plan, monochrome spaces seamlessly transition into one another, with varying levels and materials defining the thresholds and functions of each individual space.

In the master bedroom, large oak doors, similar to bedroom cabinets and wall panels, open up to the bathroom, featuring bespoke cabinets and basins, with a walk-in closet resembling the layout of a luxury hotel suite.

 

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

Sandbjerg Residence in Denmark by Norm Architects | Yellowtrace

 

Throughout the bedroom section of the house, all walls are juxtaposed between lightly toned, bone-coloured walls and white oak. Some of the oak-panelled walls contain hidden or open storage and wall niches serving as displays.

The beautifully natural and textured surfaces inside the house include oak walls and custom built cabinets, Dinesen Douglas Pine floors, and bespoke furniture in dark, smoked oak, blackened steel and Thala Grey Marble.

The bench designed for the main entrance of the house is made from sawn smoked oak and Royal Nubuk Leather from Sørensen Leather. The elegant bar cabinet is designed in lamelled dark oak and blackened steel. The sculptural dining table stands as a magnificent centrepiece in the bright and stone-floored dining room with textured walls and paned, floor-to-ceiling windows.Click To Read Entire Post

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