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This lovely, 212m², self-build home, with ash timber cladding, is a unique Danish project designed by the owner in partnership with an architect.

An environmentally friendly treatment gives the ash timber cladding increased resistance to rot and fungus as well as a better form stability. It is treated with advanced methods, is 100% sustainable, has no chemical toxins and no environmentally or health-damaging gases.

Glass to glass corner windows give the house a distinct visual identity. The minimal use of materials, just ash timber, powder coated aluminium and glass, underlines the strict Scandinavian aesthetics.

Large windows and doors with beautiful internal finish details provides plenty of natural daylight, and clean lines with the sense of no window frames.

We especially like the hidden window blinds and the window reveals finished flush with the window frames.

Photo: arkitekturfotografi.net

 

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