Secluded Modern Home in Denmark

Secluded Modern Home in Denmark

19 November, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior

Created by Mette Lange Architects, this avant garde Denmark home is located in a vast rolling pasture, at the very top of a steep hill. The grass seems to roll and bend along the structural lines of the house. A large cutout on the side of the house makes way for an interesting variation on the outdoor deck. Shielded by the exterior walls along three sides, the deck lacks a railing, but it feels snug and secured in the home’s shadows. A narrow, cylindrical shaped fireplace rests near floor to ceiling windows. Two small individual table and chair sets, floor lamp, a couch and a recliner are the only furniture in the room. With picturesque views of the sea and swaying meadow enjoyable from all around the house, its inhabits surely live in a constant state of reflection.

modern facade

black exterior

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wood exterior

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entrance to the house


living room with sea view

master bedroom with a large window overlooking the sea

wooden window

living room



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