Modern Highland House NORM Architects
NORM Architects recently completed this house in the northern slope of Copenhagen property, built in five small plateaus connected by steps, reflecting the shape of the surrounding terrain.
Upon entering the central hall of the house a grand staircase welcomes you to the highest point of the property, which consists of three different plateaus that connects the master bedroom, living room, kitchen and dining room that connects with serenity a continuous space. The different areas of the house are divided by the volume of brick that contains the kitchen and the fireplace that also serves as a room divider. The staircase is wide largely inspired by the main pedestrian street in small towns and serves as a natural gathering place in the house and attracts the activity in your area.
The lower plateau of the house contains the dining room and small bathroom. The kitchen is divided by a gray brick wall with large passages significantly on each side, dividing the room into three sections. There is a wide central window corresponds to the exact length of custom made large Corian dining table, flanked by two doors to the garden on each side. The grass on the outside is the accurate measurement of the right border of each window frame, this brings the visual sensation of nature.
The house is structured around two axes: the central staircase that runs from north to south along the shape of the sloping ground, and shafts in the central plateau of the kitchen to the east to the west room.