I have been preoccupied with so many other things lately that I have completely forgotten about one of my favourites, when it comes to modern architecture, high-tech, simplicity, state-of-the-art design and – last but not least – sustainability. It’s Danish Norm Architects whose projects I have been following for quite a while.
The assignment I am writing about today is a very special one in so many respects: it is a Mediterranean project, the building being an addition to the home of a passionate luxury car collector. It was completed in 2015.
At first glance it looks like a horse stable – though I don’t think too many of us can boast of that level of luxury when it comes to accommodating our beloved leisure partners -, but it is actually an elegant display space for the owner’s collection of Ferraris. Warm wood, glass and stone are the three main materials used for this sleek building. Let’s have a look.
Photography sourced from Norm Architects.
Architects: Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen & Kasper Rønn.