Do you think it’s exciting outside, so just look inside.
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The 190 square meter architect-designed villa is located south-west facing in a fairly steep slope.
The house, called Villa Fredriksen after the enthusiastic builder, has a wide view of the Ekeberg valley in Enebakk municipality and the wooded hills behind. This is sensational architecture that does not fail to put track both at residents and in the surroundings.
Sun and residents in the center
The vision for the house was to put the residents in the center so that they enjoy the sun and daylight moving around the house.
– Here, the maximum of light is emitted into one and one room as the day goes, says architect Atle Geving in Full Tank Architecture. He is also responsible for the rehabilitation of a Swiss house in Arendal and an old dairy in Enebakk.
Earth and sky
The shape of this modern house is both heavenly and earthy.
Looking closer, you will see that both the main house and the garage that are located are built in the same style and with exciting materials.
Here, both the spruce, the wall, aluminum, glass and copper tar are easily visible on the outside of the buildings.
– I would draw a house that formed after the entire landscape space on site, not just the topography and the horizon here on the site of the Ekeber valley, deepens Geving.
– Villa Fredriksen is intended as an object in a larger context. Here I would break down the barriers between the exterior areas and the interior of the house, “says the architect.
Styles of interiors
The decor is also special and should feed the house as a hand in glove.
Here is the furniture and table from Holedesign and designer Roger Sveian, Norway Says sofa from L. K. Hjelle plus stereo from Kontrapunkt and art signed Tony J. Larson.
Prizes over i and
Harry Bertoia steel chair designers and Charles Eames vitra-rocking chairs and Lightcom’s Deltalight lamps also add the dot on the interior of the interior.
Glitter of happiness
From the majority of the rooms you get a small glimpse of the facade.
And from the larch-drained terraces and the slabs on all three levels, the owners get plenty of outdoor and outdoor seating.
From the loft room there is a wide view of low hills and rolling forest terrain.
The stairs are a sight
The cool staircase that the architect designed for the house is an attraction in itself.
It runs light and airy through all three floors and is made of, among other things, small pine trees grown in pine. Together with the large, shiny wall tiles with a vibrant pattern and light play, the staircase became an exciting experience.
The kitchen is located as a separate open and airy area just next to the stairs. It is divided from the staircase with a high and narrow fireplace with glass to three sides.
It is also dressed with the same type of large Höganes tiles as the entire wall of the stairwell. With this grip, there is a connection between the different zones in the middle floor.
A dream customer
The architect emphasizes the importance of the free attitude of the art and culture-based builder Freddy Fredriksen. He was a dream customer who wanted a house with big rooms and lots of ice cream.
– With such customers one can come a long way, says Atle Geving.
Fixed in pinch
The architect and architect also shared the pleasure of using good materials as goods. For this reason, the house was given thanks and goblet in copper; a beautiful metal that only gets better with time.
Atle Geving was also conscious of building the house of materials that contrast with each other. This is the explanation that the dark outerwear is in a clear tension relationship with the house’s bright bright interior.
All ceilings are plated with acoustic plates.
For most people
– I put the residents at the center of the sun’s movement around the rooms. I actually saw on the chalk white walls as instruments to read the sun’s wandering around the clock.
– I think this type of open architecture should to a greater extent be made available to most people, says the architect of Bonytt. no.
Innovative and awesome
When the construction project was completed in 2008, the chairman of Enebakk Tore Tidemann stated that he was very excited about the way this spectacular project adapted to the largely traditional building structure in the municipality.
The same meant city council for urban development in Oslo, Merete Agerbak-Jensen.
About the property:
Living space: 190 sqm
Gross area: 235 sqm
Aluminum profiles, glass and railings from Arcsys.
Lighting from Hans Grohe
Tiles from Høganäs Building Ceramics
The jumper from J. Sveen Agencies
Wood flooring from Bamboo Norway
Painted Schüco Aluminum Windows from Panoramic System
JKE Kitchen from the Kitchen Specialist
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