The Architect’s Concrete Home, Denmark / Frederiksen Architects

The Architect's Concrete Home / Frederiksen Architects

Project: Architect’s Concrete Home
Architects: Frederiksen Architects
Location: Sønderborg, Denmark
Year 2018
Photographer: Andreas Mikkel Hansen

As a young boy, the architect sailed on Flensburg Fjord and dreamed about living right here. Now the architect couple are approaching retirement and plan to move permanently from Charlottenlund to their newly built house that is located on the very plot he dreamed about as a child.

Material Used :
1. Bricks from Egernsund Tegl
2. Bespoke Form 2 kitchen from Multiform
3. Oak windows from Skjern Vinduer
4. Bespoke bathtub from Hasenkopf (DE)

The Architect's Concrete Home / Frederiksen Architects

The Architect's Concrete Home / Frederiksen Architects

The Architect's Concrete Home / Frederiksen Architects

staircase / Frederiksen Architects

The Architect's Concrete Home / Frederiksen Architects

kitchen / Frederiksen Architects

The Architect's Concrete Home / Frederiksen Architects

dining room / Frederiksen Architects

The Architect's Concrete Home / Frederiksen Architects

bedroom / Frederiksen Architects

bathroom / Frederiksen Architects

home office / Frederiksen Architects

outdoor / Frederiksen Architects

terrace / Frederiksen Architects

shower / Frederiksen Architects

The Architect's Concrete Home / Frederiksen Architects

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