I believe the enticing nature of minimalist interiors lies within the few details that populate its space. The placement of furniture and artwork visually direct the user to specific areas of the architecture.
A-Huset – located in Copenhagen, designed by Holgaard Arkitekter – is a dwelling that focuses its attention on its openness and structure. The house has both a grunge industrial appeal in some areas while conforming to modernist white space in others.
The house was actually reconstructed, and the old façade was given a complete transformation. There are a total of 200 apartments within the building, as well as 10 retail units. The 4000sqm roof is a prime landscape for escape from the daily grind. The rooftop construction includes hills, pastures, and decking overlooking a beautiful view of Copenhagen’s landscape.
Photography by Adam Moerk.