Villa Wienberg

Villa Wienberg

On the outskirts of our city Aarhus , locally placed Wienberg Architects and Friis and Moltke created a villa with a special atmosphere which is both cooling and calming.

The unconventional Villa Wienberg is the result of a conversion of a 1940s Danish summerhouse.
Inside the villa's articulated floor plan a interesting mix of contrasting materials creates a intriguing experience. Each room supports the architects' intention to create a visually stimulating space.

The villa opens to its surroundings with windows which are perfectly proportioned for the purpose of inviting nature in as well as creating a cozy and private space.

The playful villa is a well thought mix of angles and split levels. It seems to organically grow out of the rich vegetation of pine, temple-tree and rhododendron leaves.

See more on : http://www.wienbergarkitekter.dk

Spring 2017

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Autumn 2016

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