Village House is aptly named for its resemblance to a small cluster of village cabins, making up one holiday house in Denmark. Designed by Powerhouse Company, the house comprises five interconnected gabled cabins arranged in a five-fingered plan, allowing for privacy and accommodating different wishes of the family members. The living room, kitchen, and dining room occupy three cabins and overlap to make the central trunk of the “village of cabins” organization. Another cabin houses the master bedroom and the fifth contains two smaller bedrooms. The central space opens up to a series of wooden outdoor decks while carefully placed skylights allow natural light to filter in and blackened timber boards cover the exterior.
- Source: dezeen