ArchDaily | Broadcasting Architecture Worldwidethe world's most visited architecture website
i

Sign up now and start saving and organizing your favorite architecture projects and photos

i

Find the most inspiring products for your projects in our Product Catalog.

i

Get the ArchDaily Chrome Extension and be inspired with every new tab. Install here »

All
Projects
Products
Events
Competitions
  1. ArchDaily
  2. Projects
  3. Offices
  4. Denmark
  5. Svendborg Architects
  6. 2010
  7. Small Studio / Svendborg Architects

Small Studio / Svendborg Architects

  • 01:00 - 8 November, 2010
Small Studio / Svendborg Architects
Small Studio / Svendborg Architects, © Ole Hein
© Ole Hein

© Poul Høilund D. Cruise © Poul Høilund D. Cruise © Ole Hein © Ole Hein +19

From the architect. We chose to preserve the old building with its fine plastered walls and contrasting by adding a single element,-an element which is covered with the same material - black anodized aluminium plates - on facades and roof.

© Ole Hein
© Ole Hein

By using reflective surfaces inside the studio we have worked with the reflection of images and light in an attempt to "bring the view down into the studio". So a kind optical space - a house which works as a street mirror.

© Ole Hein
© Ole Hein

The new element is one homogeneous element in contrast to the white plastered facades of the old house.

The project is both contextual and innovative. In its shape and colour it blends in with the existing farmhouses. At the same time the studio offers new spatial feeling and qualities due to its small innovative solutions.

© Ole Hein
© Ole Hein
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Small Studio / Svendborg Architects" 08 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/86888/small-studio-svendborg-architects/>
Read comments

14 Comments

small-buildings.com · November 26, 2010
alex raynes-goldie · November 10, 2010

house within a house - lovely adaptive reuse by Svendborg Architects
RT @ArchDaily http://archdai.ly/cOvahl #architecture

Gorman's Furnishings · November 10, 2010

We love the way the light disperses in this small studio (Svendborg architects) http://ow.ly/36MgR #interiordesign

munter roe · November 09, 2010

Surley that metre box on the side could have been moved.

3psy · November 09, 2010

i am not an architect, but did they really have to tear out the insides of this cute, old house?

Kieran Gaffney · November 09, 2010

Lovely house, great composition and execution.

up_today_arch · November 09, 2010

A lot of fine details for so small house...

Nicholas Patten · November 09, 2010

Small Studio. http://bit.ly/amLGc2

Peter Carlsen · November 09, 2010

Even more on this house:
http://www.dagensdesign.dk/ind...

Erik Joya · November 09, 2010

Small Studio / Svendborg Architects: © Ole Hein Architects: Svendborg Architects Location… http://goo.gl/fb/Lw8lH

ricardo de oliveira · November 09, 2010

RT @fineproperties: RT @ArchDaily: Small Studio / Svendborg Architects http://archdai.ly/cOvahl #architecture rather nice little studio here

Nick Downes · November 09, 2010

RT @archdaily: Small Studio / Svendborg Architects http://archdai.ly/cOvahl #architecture <-- rather nice little studio here

Andreww · November 09, 2010

RT"@ArchDaily: Small Studio / Svendborg Architects http://archdai.ly/cOvahl #architecture"

David · November 08, 2010

Question: The section (and elevation) shows a gable ridge cover, whereas the photographs of the finished building appear to show the roof panels sliding all the way to the ridgeline. Do they then in fact fold, and turn down to the next joint on the other side? Looks pretty sleek...

···

Comments are closed

Read comments
© Ole Hein

小工作室 / Svendborg Architects