Asserbo Cabin in Denmark

Jun 30, 2015

Category: Living

There’s likely quite a few of our readers that would like to pick up their home and plop it down on a piece of land somewhere in the wilderness. The levels of seclusion and privacy a forest can offer is second to none, which is probably why architects Pernille Poulsen and Christenson & Co. built this cabin in the sticks of Denmark.

The Asserbo House is an elegantly designed wooden cabin that sits in seclusion from the world around it, yet doesn’t feel out of place in its surroundings, somehow adding beauty to nature. This cabin has a large deck which doubles the living space of the enclosed area. And, the white interior walls, floors and ceilings paired with the floor to ceiling front windows help give the Asserbo House a truly peaceful vibe.

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