A Monochrome Open-Plan Home in Denmark

Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark

This home in Denmark was transformed from an abandoned 1960s house into a stunning monochrome home. After an extensive renovation that took out all the indoor walls and raised the ceiling, the owners got this huge open-planned living space. With two sitting nooks and a fireplace that also serves as a dividing wall between the dining space and the living space this home still feels cozy. The terrace also has several sitting spaces, from a lounge space to a covered dining space. It’s a garden where you can sit all day long!

Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark
Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark
Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark Gravity Home: A Monochrome Home in Denmark

photos by Andreas Mikkel Hansen for Bo Bedre

 

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