Modernisation of a 1930's Home

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An older property just outside Copenhagen, Denmark has been given a new lease of life after undergoing extensive renovation works. The quality of work is evident in every detail – a new layout, new walls and ceilings, a bespoke kitchen and new windows in black all contribute to a fresh, contemporary look and feel. The new floor from Junckers acts as a unifying element to the interior, fitted over underfloor heating. The elegant pattern of the solid oak herringbone flooring adds warmth and natural beauty – something which can only be achieved by real timber.

The result is a thoroughly modern home, thoughtfully and tastefully updated.

Photos: Møgelhøj Arkitekter 

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Square meters

88 m2

Architect

Møgelhøj Architects

Country

Danemark

Location

Copenhagen

Floor type

Baton rompu, point de hongrie, parquet massif

Wood type

Chêne

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