Issue 79: A tree house in Denmark

 

On a wild, windswept cliff-face on Denmark’s North Zealand coast, this architecturally-designed home has been built from the trees of the very forest that surrounds it. Owner/architect Jesper Brask harvested 150 trees, cut them into raw beams and left them to dry for three years before beginning to build his long-awaited holiday home. Light floods the rooms during the day thanks to large, floor-to-ceiling windows, and at night the family enjoys a view of stars through the treetops… for more, check out Issue 79: The International Issue, on shelves this Thursday, 21 July.

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  • I think it is just a beautiful idea of getting as much as possible workwood. I would like to learn more how to do this exceptional job. Congratulations for your bright idea and for to be capable to wait three years to use your sorrounding forest.

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