In a scenic setting by Århus Bay but close to the centre of Århus city lies the Rokkedal family’s beautiful three- storey mansion from 1920. In 2007, the family moved in and initiated a comprehensive restoration and renovation of the building,
Flexibility was also embedded in the brief for this project. With the idea of staying in this home for years to come, creating experiences was pivotal. The sliding glass and timber-battened screens, for example, fully retract to allow a seamless connection to the garden.
Interesting and high spec materials and finishes have been used throughout the entire renovation of this home. The house has been completely re-modelled to create a unique lateral living space on the ground floor with open plan reception through to conservatory kitchen
This stunning Grade II listed four storey home was brimming with period features such as marble fireplaces, detailed coving and tall sash windows. There were a lot of beautiful, vintage pieces of furniture which the client had inherited from family members,
This family house was designed by Scott Posno Design while maintaining a vintage style like the 60s. Main floor interior walls were removed to create an open concept plan. New features include a huge marble kitchen island and new hanging steel fireplace.
The brief for this addition was for concrete, timber inside and out and timber slats – with a contemporary aesthetic. The new contemporary extension is made up of two stacked rectangular boxes offset so that the upper cantilevers in two directions over the lower, which forms a bridge back to the existing house.