This stunning and modern beach house is located in Skagen, in the northernmost town in Denmark. It is among a long peninsula flanked by beaches that jut out between two seas. This project was designed by Architect Mathias Brockdorff and his goal was to balance the traditional and modern design. Join Home and Decoration so we can unveil this astounding project!
We begin with the amazing look of the house exterior. The thatched roof and black-painted wooden exterior link the house to the history of Skagen, where charred lumbar from shipwrecks was often used to build homes.
As a seaside retreat designed to be a place where family and friends can gather, the furnishings are simple, comfortable, and robust.
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According to the designer, “the big chimney…creates this subtle division between the living room and the dining area, it’s more about creating zones than putting up walls.” The large charcoal-and-pastel artwork is by Danish artist Thomas Juul-Jensen, who is a family friend. Mathias created the table using timber from a local carpenter.
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