A new louvre system also helps keep away harsh sunlight on hot summer days while the natural sea breeze cools the house and creates a pleasant atmosphere. Responding to the needs of the site and those of the homeowner this is a home alteration that is pleasing in more ways than one!
A contemporary home with a striking façade and panoramic landscape all around; is a visual treat for those who adore urban comfort wrapped in natural goodness. Designed by C.F. Møller this is a two-story single-family residence in Denmark that presents a unique and dramatic exterior draped in dark patinated Zinc a hint of hardwood and of course plenty of glass!
It is fascinating to see the blend of contrasting textures throughout the home with specific features such as the fireplace wall and kitchen counter in concrete lovely oak finishes and even exposed timber beams coming together seamlessly.
Move to the front and the distinct and dark external piers give the street façade a unique identity that lets it stand out from its neighboring structures. With living space that is separated from the large kitchen and dining area by a double-sided fireplace the interior uses as few partitions as possible.
It is this outdoor area that is used as an extended living space as it blurs the line between the interior and the world outside. A long and private entry surrounded by trees and plants leads to the lower-level living area that houses an open plan living room along with other public spaces.
To ensure that privacy is not an issue it is the lower level that contains the bedrooms and other living quarters and even here one sees the presence of cleverly placed floor-to-ceiling glass windows to offer a glimpse of the world outside.
Moving away from the more predictable style of contemporary apartments in the Tribeca and SoHo neighborhoods this gorgeous and distinct delights you with a bold use of color graphic prints custom furniture and a chic-contemporary ambiance.