This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

 

Jarmund/Vigsnæs Arkitekter designed a home in Denmark, that is split up into five separate buildings, each one being a different part of the home.

 

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

The architect’s description

The site is located in a beautiful but windy summerhouse village on the northern tip of Sjælland, Denmark. The overall house is divided into five separate houses.

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

There is a kitchen building, parents building, children’s building, guest building and utility building.

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

The houses are laid out in a star shape, in order to provide different outdoor spaces where shelter from the wind always can be found.

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

The ridge and cornice of the houses are on the same height, while the width and length vary.

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

his gives the roofs different angles, making a playful composition in relation to the surrounding houses.

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

The inner courtyard is clad with a darker stone on the floor and walls to store heat from the day throughout the evening.

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

This House In Denmark Is Actually Five Little Houses In One

Photography by Torben Petersen

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