Modern and Traditional Swedish Summer House

Truedatorp - an 18th century farmstead which has been transform into a summer house/studio
by a Copenhagen architect and designer duo.





19th century wallpapers found on site during the renovations have been preserved and framed.


Yes - that is the outhouse, which has a stylish modern touch - an Arne Jacobsen's AJ wall lamp.


Found in Dwell magazine - Truedatorp, an 18th century Swedish farmstead which has slowly been transformed from its original state into a simple summer house and studio by Copenhagen couple, Mads Odgard, a designer and Mette Lyng Hansen, an architect. Loving the simple touches and furnishings. Read more about the home and the renovation process here.
Photographs by Ake E:son Lindman via Dwell. 

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