Located in the serene countryside north of Copenhagen, Denmark this private residence has undergone a spectacular interior refurbishment with Dinesen Historical Planks. The design is carried out by the Copenhagen-based studio Norm Architects.
Private residence – Northern Zealand, Denmark
Interior design: Norm Architects
Photographer: Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen
Historical planks, Douglas Classic
Hall and living room
Thickness: 35 mm. Width: 200-400 mm.
Length: 5-7 m.
Thickness: 28 mm. Width: 150-250 mm.
Length: 1-5 m.
Finish: Lye and White Soap
The team has seamlessly blended the charm of a traditional country house with the sleek sophistication of modern design. To pay tribute to the history embedded in the house, Norm Architects opted for Dinesen Historical planks made of Douglas for the hallway, living room, and bedroom. The conical planks follow the shape of the douglas fir trunk which gradually narrows from the wide base. The Dinesen Historical planks honour traditional craftsmanship and complement the essence of this charming, thatched cottage. The house is nestled in a secluded area surrounded by meadows and forests. It sits in a nook of trees that opens to a garden resembling a park, making the residence brighter and airier. Step inside Sandbjerg Residence, where you can witness a blend of history and modernity.