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NORDIC HOMES

Healthy wooden houses inspired by Nordic nature

Simple and straight lines, the Nordic houses fascinate us; despite its minimalism they can still express a multitude of things – natural materials, light colours, luminosity, wide spaces and no baroque style. These universal rules make us fall in love with this Scandinavian houses. Rules that generate sensations in our brains of well-being and relaxation and that leave us eyed-wide of admiration.

  • Innovation. Added to the longstanding priorities of functionality and balance with nature is an increasing urgency for environmental sustainability.
  • Mission is to build a more sustainable society through exceptional architecture that transforms, inspires and enhances the environments in which we live.
  • Scandinavian architecture uses Scandinavian design elements such as merging the structure with the surrounding environment, integration of wood and natural materials, natural light, clean lines, neutral colours, and more. The overarching theme of Scandinavian architecture is minimalistic and simplistic design.
  • Scandinavian architecture finds beauty in simple, functional spaces. Through clean lines, angular structures and minimalist principles, well-executed Scandinavian homes employ acute design to make daily life increasingly comfortable and uncomplicated.
  • with a focus on craftsmanship, materials and clean lines, the philosophy behind the style remains relevant today. Designed to maximize light at every turn, Nordic interiors also began to favour pale-coloured walls and flooring and spaces free of clutter and ornamentation.
  • The Scandinavian interior design is characterized by minimalism, simplicity, and functionality. … Belonging to the school of modernism, Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by a focus on functionalism and simplicity. It also includes the use of natural materials, such as leather, wood, and hemp.
  • Venturing across oceans, searching amongst mountains, and surveying cities around the world, you’d be hard-pressed to find homes that embrace modernism, minimalism, and functionality more than those of Scandinavian architecture.
  • Breathtakingly simple, yet extremely liveable.

Scandinavian architecture means:

  • Merging the structure with the surrounding environment
  • Designing with simplicity in mind
  • Use of natural light
  • Integration of natural materials
  • Incorporation of functionality and comfort

Example of Nordic homes

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