English country meets modern Scandinavia at Zealand Villa. The structure that previously occupied the site was destroyed by a fire and although the new construction isn't an exact remake of the original, it does replicate some of the former home's traditional features. It's divided into three symmetrical volumes. Clad in white brick, their metal roofs and oak accents give off a barn-like appearance. The kitchen resides in one wing and the master suite in the other. At the center is the main living space. Celestial windows wash the Nordic-styled interior with natural light while glazed doors open out to the Denmark countryside.
Photos: Jørgen True / C.F. Møller Architects