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Stable House Renovation

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Stable House by Frama Studio | DPAGES

 

ONCE A STABLE…

used to stead horses, this contemporary Copenhagen abode is now one of only a few preserved villas remaining in Denmark’s celebrated capital. While maintaining the residence’s historically protected façade, created in 1878, Copenhagen-based design firm Frama Studio updated the interior with a subdued minimalist aesthetic elevated by a motif of brass fixtures and nuanced design details.

 

Brass Shutters by Frama Studio | DPAGES

 

THE VILLA’S…

tonally neutral interior is warmed by unique brass shutters that cast a subtle golden hue in the recessed window frames. Echoing this material motif, above a bespoke Douglas fir bedframe hang brass lighting fixtures designed by Giopato & Coombes.

 

Unique Window Treatments | DPAGES

 

Ensuite Bathroom | DPAGES

 

Terrazzo Bathroom | DPAGES

 

Open Plan Apartment | DPAGES

 

AT THE CENTER OF…

the bedroom is an open bathroom encased in transparent glass and accented by a wood frame. Here, a free standing bathtub sits scenically beside a brass rainfall showerhead.

 

Minimal Bathroom Design | DPAGES

 

Open Shelving by Frama Studio | DPAGES

 

Custom Shutters | DPAGES

 

Minimal Bedroom by Frama Studio | DPAGES

 

UNDERSCORING…

the residence’s minimalist aesthetic, the home features an curvilinear chair designed by noted Finnish designer Alvar Aalto and modular wood shelving units designed by Frama Studio themselves.

 

Wood Shelf System by Frama Studio | DPAGES

 

MAINTAINING…

its historic 19th century façade beside a modern minimalistic interior, the Stable House is an homage to the aesthetics that have defined Denmark’s past and present.

 

Historic Denmark Home | DPAGES

 

Design: Frama Studio

Photographer: Erik Lefvander

Words: Mateo Tate

 

 

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