Pinball House / CEBRA

© Adam Mørk

Architects: CEBRA
Location: Silkeborgsøerne,
Client: The Andersen family
Project Area: 508 sqm
Project Year: 2006
Photographs: Adam Mørk

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© Adam Mørk

The villa echoes its the magnificent view over the lakes of Silkeborg. The façade resembles a lifted skirt that floods the terrace and primary living areas in light. The broken line of the façade is continued into the central rooms of the house, where like the ball in a pinball machine it shoots around to draw dynamic balconies inside its square volume.

© Adam Mørk
Cite: "Pinball House / CEBRA" 17 Jan 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 May 2015. <>
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  • Nick Downes

    RT @archdaily: Pinball House / CEBRA <interesting house, lousy name>

  • peppy

    Interesting space, but it looks more like a museum or gallery…

  • mima

    looks more like a 3rd semester work

    • jake

      You must be educated in a damn good school with damn good teachers in your 3rd semester


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  • gilfranco alves

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  • adam crain

    awesome interior in the Pinball House by CEBRA in Denmark.

  • Carla Ceia

    Pinball House,

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  • Nicholas Patten

    I'd Live Here: Pinball House.

  • WPstudios

    RT @nicholaspatten I'd Live Here: Pinball House.

  • Lasse

    CEBRA usually does interesting work – but this house seems strangely cluttered.

    Doesnt look like the 850.000€ it cost.

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