Sigurd Larsen is a Danish designer based in Berlin that delivers affordable projects without ignoring the aesthetic outlook. Besides the minimalistic furniture he designs, he also deals with more complex projects, like this house in Copenhagen.
The prefabricated materials used here were smartly utilized to minimize costs while maximizing space. The interesting innovation is the, so called, first room which is actually the private garden from where you have access to the living room and kitchen. The entire place of 80 m2 is divided in the middle, separating the shared space from the private one.
The structure of the building has three main materials: the self-heated concrete floor, prefabricated wooden panels that are the interior walls and double-glazed windows.
From a bird’s-eye view, we can notice a beautiful contrast created between the black exterior and the white interior, completed by the beautiful green garden.
Text: Diana Porumboiu