The cabin dwelling in Nykøbing Sjælland, Denmark brings together agricultural functionality and minimalist modernism. Dubbed 'Vibo Tværveh,' the structure has been conceived and built by Copenhagen-based Valbæk Brørup Architects.
Both the interior and exterior of the cabin dwelling are interesting with regards to their contrasting elements. While the contemporary aesthetic is contained within the polished furnishings, the pine-clad living spaces, as well as the subtle arch motif, one has to admit that a certain rural aesthetic has been infused into the design as well.
When curating the look for the cabin dwelling, Valbæk Brørup Architects took into consideration the mesmerizing surroundings of the building — the structure is within a forest and only 200 meters from the coast. As a result, a connection to the outside has been facilitated through sizable arched windows.
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