This 861-square-foot prefab in Copenhagen feels suprisingly spacious thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows that connect it to the garden. The exterior is painted black to trap warmth during the unforgiving Scandinavian winters.
For 2015, Vipp, the Danish industrial design company known for its iconic trash cans and all-black kitchens, introduces a 592-square-foot prefab unit called Shelter.
At a minimalist home in a forested part of Arhaus, natural wood floors and neutral hues create a spare, yet warm, aesthetic.
In a rundown barn beside their farmhouse, a Danish couple created a contemporary art studio for their work. The historic structure was outfitted with solar modules and windows in order to supply the interior with the maximum amount of light.
This starkly minimal townhouse in Copenhagen is almost entirely devoid of color. Even the children's room, though peppered with bright accents, retains the home's fundamentally spare palette.