Located in the Danish district of northern Aarhus, the concept, materials and level of detail of Villa E are inspired by the iconic Aarhus University, also designed by C.F. Møller Architects. References to the university can be seen in the villa’s basic composition of four simple saddle roof houses, which together form the frame of the family home.
C.F. Møller Architects / Julian Weyer
The material expression of the villa is carried by three primary materials: brick, oak and natural stone. Rustic hand-painted bricks in shades of red are used for the façade and roof tiles. Alongside this, natural stone is applied to the stairs and inner core. Oak features both inside and outside. On the exterior, oa... Altro