longhouse-style passive energy property designed by architects Maria Ibañez de Sendadiano and Todd Rouhe, the living room is a composed and gentle space in the center of the house. The minimalist, Scandinavian-influenced design is made up of Danish companies such as Vipp, Skagerak, and Hay. Here is our list of sources to re-create the look.
Above: The living room is designed with just enough space, fitting into the long and narrow structure and centered around the wood burning stove. Photograph by Eric Petschek, courtesy of IdS/R Architecture and Vipp for Head for the Hills. Above: The view beyond the sofa onto the exterior of the property. Materials & Appliances Above: The walls are painted with Farrow & Ball Strong White. Above: The floors are designed from Summitville Elephant Gray Quarry Tiles. Above: The Rais Rondo stove is currently sold out but its replacement, the Rais Viva Wood Stove, is available through Rais. Furniture & Lighting Above: The HAY Mags Sectional Sofa in Gray is $1,377 at Herman Miller. Above: The Eames Rocking Shell Chair in White is $795 at Design Within Reach. Above: The HAY Bella Side Table is $295 at HAY. Above: The HAY Copenhague Deux Coffee Table is $645. Above: The Marset Polo Floor Lamp in Black is $1,121 at Horne. Textiles Above: The Vipp Wool Pillow Vipp115 in Dark Gray is $115 at Vipp. Above: The Olson House Klippan Decor Throw Blanket is $129. Above: The Vipp Wool Bamboo Rug in White is designed for the living room or bedroom; 1,650 EUR.
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