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Spaces - Nature



Feeling connected to nature is an integral part of life, but it doesn’t have to be something we need to leave our houses to experience. This is especially relevant in the depths of Winter when the grey skies aren’t beckoning us outside. So, to get our nature fix, let’s explore some of our favourite homes around the world that have mastered indoor-outdoor living, beautiful interior plant life and wide open spaces.

Jan Sondergaard Fisherman's House Denmark



Images courtesy of Kinfolk Magazine

Paring Moroccan elements of stone and rendered cement with Parisian elements of blackened steel and aged timber, architectural firm Studio KO has mastered the blend of natural elements with sophisticated contemporary style.







Images courtesy of Est Magazine

Juvet Landscape Hotel Norway

The landscape in which these rooms are placed is by most people considered spectacularly beautiful and varied and the topography allows a layout where no room looks at another. In this way every room gets its own surprising view of a dramatic piece of landscape, always changing with the weather and the time of the day and the season.


Image courtesy of Arch Daily
 

Image by &tradition courtesy of Elle Decoration Norway
 

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