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Skandinavische Häuser Ideen und Design

Holzhaus in DachauHolzhaus in Dachau
Lebensraum Holz GmbHLebensraum Holz GmbH
fotot: Michael Voit
Zweistöckiges Skandinavisches Haus mit Satteldach, Ziegeldach, grauem Dach und Verschalung in München
方形の家方形の家
Mアトリエ/岡村未来子Mアトリエ/岡村未来子
photo by Kenichi Suzuki
Mittelgroßes Skandinavisches Einfamilienhaus mit Putzfassade, weißer Fassadenfarbe, Walmdach und Blechdach in Yokohama
Scandinavian Modern ExteriorScandinavian Modern Exterior
10K Architecture10K Architecture
A Scandinavian modern home in Shorewood, Minnesota with simple gable roof forms, black exterior, elevated patio, and black brick fireplace. Floor to ceiling windows provide expansive views of the lake.
This Old House 2021 Idea House - Modern BarnhouseThis Old House 2021 Idea House - Modern Barnhouse
Sierra Pacific WindowsSierra Pacific Windows
Welcome to the latest Idea House, the Modern Barnhouse near St. Paul, Minnesota. Conceptualized and designed by designer/owner Amy Matthews and Colin Oglesbay of D/O Architects and built by the gifted craftsman of Hartman Homes, this Scandinavian-style barnhouse features walls of glass that invite the outdoors inside. This is the eighth annual Idea House from America's favorite home-improvement brand - the TOH 2021 Modern Barnhouse. Photographer: Chad Holder – This Old House
Alexandria - Scandinavian ModernAlexandria - Scandinavian Modern
Andison Residential DesignAndison Residential Design
With bold, clean lines and beautiful natural wood vertical siding, this Scandinavian Modern home makes a statement in the vibrant and award-winning master planned Currie community. This home’s design uses symmetry and balance to create a unique and eye-catching modern home. Using a color palette of black, white, and blonde wood, the design remains simple and clean while creating a homey and welcoming feel. The sheltered back deck has a big cozy fireplace, making it a wonderful place to gather with friends and family. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to pour in from outside. This stunning Scandi Modern home is thoughtfully designed down to the last detail.
SommerhusSommerhus
CHRISTOPHER STROM ARCHITECTSCHRISTOPHER STROM ARCHITECTS
Sommerhus is a private retreat for two empty-nesters. The clients purchased the previous cabin after falling in love with its location on a private, lakefront peninsula. However, this beautiful site was a challenging site to build on, due to its position sandwiched between the lake and protected wet land. The clients disliked the old cabin because it could only be used in the summer months, due to its lack of both insulation and heat. In addition, it was too small for their needs. They wanted to build a new, larger retreat, but were met with yet another constraint: the new cabin would be limited to the previous cabin’s small footprint. Thus, they decided to approach an architect to design their dream cabin. As the clients described, “We visited Denmark for a family wedding in 2015, and while biking near Gilleleje, a fishing village on the Baltic Sea, we fell in love with the aesthetic of ‘Sommerhus’: dark exteriors, clean, simple lines, and lots of windows.” We set out to design a cabin that fit this aesthetic while also meeting the site’s constraints. The clients were committed to keeping all existing trees on their site. In addition, zoning codes required the new retreat to stay within the previous cabin's small footprint. Thus, to maximize the square footage of the cabin without removing trees or expanding the footprint, the new structure had to grow vertically. At the same time, the clients wanted to be good neighbors. To them, this meant that their cabin should disappear into the woods, especially when viewed from the lake. To accomplish both these requests, the architect selected a dark exterior metal façade that would visually retreat into the trees. The metal siding is a modern, low-maintenance, and cost-effective solution, especially when compared to traditional wood siding. Warm wood on the soffits of the large roof overhang contrast with the metal siding. Sommerhus's resulting exterior is just as the clients’ requested: boldly modern yet respectful of the serene surroundings. The homeowners desired a beach-house-inspired interior, full of light and warmth, in contrast to the dark exterior. As the homeowner explained, “I wanted it to feel like a porch inside.” To achieve this, the living room has two walls of sliding glass doors that connect to the wrap-around porch. This creates a beautiful, indoor-outdoor living space. The crisp and bright kitchen also connects to the porch with the window that opens to an outdoor counter - perfect for passing food and drinks to those lounging on the porch. The kitchen is open to the rest of the first-floor entertaining space, and brings a playful, beach-house feel to the cabin. After the completion of the project, the homeowners remarked, “Working with Christopher and Eric [of CSA] was a wonderful experience. We absolutely love our home, and each season on the lake is more special than the last.”
N44° 55’ 29”N44° 55’ 29”
Unfold ArchitectureUnfold Architecture
N44° 55’ 29” | Linden Rowhomes ————————————————————————————— Architecture: Unfold Architecture Interior Design: Sustainable 9 Design + Build Builder: Sustainable 9 Design + Build Photography: Jim Kruger | LandMark
California Scandi-ModernCalifornia Scandi-Modern
Libby Raab ArchitectureLibby Raab Architecture
Black stucco gable with corner windows
Mittelgroßes, Einstöckiges Skandinavisches Einfamilienhaus mit Putzfassade, schwarzer Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach, Schindeldach, schwarzem Dach und Verschalung in San Francisco
hilltop farmhilltop farm
HYGGE Custom HomesHYGGE Custom Homes
Skandinavisches Haus in Grand Rapids
Edificio unifamiliare FGEdificio unifamiliare FG
BURNAZZI FELTRIN ARCHITETTIBURNAZZI FELTRIN ARCHITETTI
Dreistöckiges Skandinavisches Haus mit grauer Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach, grauem Dach und Wandpaneelen in Sonstige
Parkview Passive HouseParkview Passive House
Waymark ArchitectureWaymark Architecture
A simple iconic design that both meets Passive House requirements and provides a visually striking home for a young family. This house is an example of design and sustainability on a smaller scale. The connection with the outdoor space is central to the design and integrated into the substantial wraparound structure that extends from the front to the back. The extensions provide shelter and invites flow into the backyard. Emphasis is on the family spaces within the home. The combined kitchen, living and dining area is a welcoming space featuring cathedral ceilings and an abundance of light.
Sublime Scandinavian StyleSublime Scandinavian Style
Hille's Home ExtensionsHille's Home Extensions
Einstöckiges Skandinavisches Haus in Melbourne
The Loft RenovationThe Loft Renovation
Your Home DesignsYour Home Designs
Skandinavisches Haus in Central Coast
Larchmont Village HouseLarchmont Village House
Stephen Moser ArchitectStephen Moser Architect
View of the dramatic backyard two-story addition
Mittelgroßes, Zweistöckiges Skandinavisches Haus mit grauer Fassadenfarbe, Satteldach und Schindeldach in New York
ExteriorExterior
New View Designs by Laurie Cole Inc.New View Designs by Laurie Cole Inc.
Black vinyl board and batten style siding was installed around the entire exterior, accented with cedar wood tones on the garage door, dormer window, and the posts on the front porch. The dark, modern look was continued with the use of black soffit, fascia, windows, and stone.
Junction Wood HouseJunction Wood House
DPo Architecture Inc.DPo Architecture Inc.
Skandinavisches Einfamilienhaus mit schwarzer Fassadenfarbe in Vancouver
竣工写真_w/11竣工写真_w/11
渡辺シンヤ写真事務所渡辺シンヤ写真事務所
shinya watanabe
Skandinavisches Haus in Nagoya
Passarelli Custom Homes - GrayfriarsPassarelli Custom Homes - Grayfriars
Nedoff FotographyNedoff Fotography
Nedoff Fotography
Großes, Zweistöckiges Skandinavisches Haus mit schwarzer Fassadenfarbe und Misch-Dachdeckung in Charlotte

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