The owners, a family who lives in an area with many early century homes, decided to keep some of the old features of the house while adding also a feel of contemporary. Modern aesthetic became an important issue, so, in order to obtain a harmonic blend of old and new, an architectural firm was contacted. , in lead with the project, executed the house’s extension.
Its floor-to-ceiling windows overlook a swimming pool in the backyard. “This project is intended to be respectful of its established neighborhood while infusing a modern sensibility for aesthetics, functionality, ecology and technology,” the architect said.
To begin with, the residence was designed by as a holiday home. The area was quite populated with ‘traditional’ Danish homes. To integrate the Village House seamlessly into the landscape, visible traditional elements were kept.
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