The house is a split-level structure that sits right on the coastline near a group of seaside huts. It is made almost entirely of timber and has an open floor plan on the upper level. Architects Erik Kolman Ianouch and Victor Boye Julebak chose to finish the interior with linseed painted pine walls and floors with untreated birch for skirting and frames.
The home is designed to develop a natural patina and withstand the coastal conditions.
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