A plot with a panoramic view over the landscape? Then it’s a no brainer in which directions you should place the windows! With this layout you’ll ensure a great view from every single window, as well as a panoramic veranda in front of that. The modules can either be connected directly, or by an outdoor kitchen for delightful cooking.
- The larger holiday home
- The getaway house in the Swedish forests
- The getaway house for the Danish artist
- The sanctuary for the expanding family
- The beach-house
- A spacious permanent home
The larger holiday home
A larger holiday home, on the Swedish west coast. Two large bedrooms at each end of the house, separated by an open kitchen and living room. The 90 square meter veranda offers great opportunities to enjoy the view of the archipelago.
The getaway house in the Swedish forests
Surrounded by forest, mooses, mushrooms and archipelago, only 50 minutes from Stockholm, you’ll find a 55 m2 large Add a Room. The three house modules are surrounded by outdoor modules, terraces and pergolas.
The getaway house for the Danish artist
An iconic plot surrounded by nature, the perfect getaway spot. The plot got an old barn at 120 square meters, which is complemented with an Add a Room for sleeping!
The sanctuary for the expanding family
The getaway house for the family living in the inner city, with the desire to get closer to nature. Expanded over time, to meet the needs for home office, sauna, and bigger rooms for the fast-growing kids.
In Mols, just outside of Aarhus, we’ll find Lisbeth and Palles Add a Room, named the beach-house. The beach-house consists of a 30 square meter Add a Room module, with a kitchen, bathroom and a separate bedroom.
A spacious permanent home
A permanent house with an open floor plan. Two 25 m2 modules, connected on the width, forms a centrally located living room, with an open floor plan. The two bedrooms have been located in separate parts of the house, adjacent to the two offices for homework.