Featuring: This industrial home, designed by the architect Bjørn Tandbjerg.The home: The building was originally a farmhouse from the late 1800sThe style: One is never in doubt about what the house is made of. The floor is in concrete, the ceiling is in concrete, and the rest is glass. Everything is out in the open and nothing is hidden. Despite the cool material usage, the atmosphere is warm and friendly. The floor is hard but not cold. The house is built as a zero-emission house with a geothermal heating system and a solar system based on how much energy the house turns out to require.
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