Traditional Scandinavian meets modern architecture

On the blog, we have a category called "Art & Architecture". When we saw this lovely little house so we just have to show you. When the family Lersch bought the house in Norway Glomma they wanted to rebuild the side building that was there from the beginning. The farm has been around since the 1850s and side building was demolished at the turn of the century when it was dilapidated. The new part is in the same form with high ceilings but with a minimalist look and pitched roof as it was before. The terrace protects against wind and transparency. The house is clad in timber Norwegian Kebony both on the facade and roof. Will the years to get a nice gray patina.Vi love the floor of the concrete and the large bright surfaces. Nice mix between traditional Scandinavian design and modern architecture. Both houses are beautiful in their own way.
Have a really nice Friday!
Photo: LINK Architecture Photographer: dog vein-Clements Photography

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