Located in Spodsbjerg, Denmark, Casa Spodsbjerg is a contemporary residence composed of two volumes. Facing the Baltic Sea, the 240-sqm (2,583-sqft) house was designed by Christoffersen & Weiling Architects in 2010.
The architectural brief for Casa Spodsbjerg was to create a residence that could house a growing family with both children and grandchildren – It would become a summer home for a couple and at the same time function as an ideal setting for family weekends and sunny summer holidays.
The house took inspiration from the previous building a traditional summer house from the 1920s, as well as more contemporary, natural influences. One of the main considerations was that the house should blend into the area. The new design was bigger than the existing structure in place, so it was very important that the house was visually brought down in scale. Over time, the design grew organically to cover new needs and to adapt to the site specific qualities of the plot.
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