Jan Henrik Jansen Designs Unconventional Round House in Denmark

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Fredericia Furniture: Wood Chair, Sofa.

Louis Poulsen: Pendant Fixtures.

In the living room of a house in Odense, Denmark, by Jan Henrik Jansen Arkitekter, Poul Henningsen’s pendant fixture hangs between Børge Mogensen’s sofa and single chair. Photography by James Silverman.

Cobblestones pave the courtyard. Photography by James Silverman.

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ABC Lys: Pendant Fixtures.

A corridor curves away from the public space, past the children’s rooms. Photography by James Silverman.

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Hästens: Bed.

As in the rest of the house, the brick floor in the master bedroom is radiant-heated. Photography by James Silverman.

Roofing of asphalt and melted slate flakes is common in Denmark. Photography by James Silverman.

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Louis Poulsen: Pendant Fixtures, Lamp.

PP Møbler: Dining Chairs, Tables.

Hans Wegner designed the dining room’s furniture. Photography by James Silverman.

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PP Møbler: Table.

Carl Hansen & Søn: Sewing Chair.

The dining room includes a sewing table and chair to the side. Photography by James Silverman.

The garage and bike storage flank the entry passage. Photography by James Silverman.

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ABC Lys: Pendant Fixtures.

Blanco: Sink.

Quooker: Sink Fittings.

Vola: Sink Fittings.

Pendant fixtures in the kitchen are brass. Photography by James Silverman.

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Vola: Sink Fittings, Tub Fittings.

Duravit: Sinks.

Ifö: Tub.

Douglas fir planks line part of the master bathroom. Photography by James Silverman.

A wall of one of the children’s rooms is larch-framed glass. Photography by James Silverman.

Back-to-back outdoor and indoor fireplaces are wood-burning. Photography by James Silverman.

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Ikea: Bed.

Through Lexlights: Pendant Fixture.

Chairs in a child’s room are beech. Photography by James Silverman.

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Louis Poulsen: Pendant Fixtures, Lamp.

PP Møbler: Dining Chairs, Tables.

Carl Hansen & Søn: Sewing Chair.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. “The Danish 1950’s and 1960’s furniture blends right in with the architecture” -Jan Henrik Jansen. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. “The round shape of the house asks for a solid material like brick” -Jan Henrik Jansen. Photography by James Silverman.

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Louis Poulsen: Pendant Fixtures, Lamp.

PP Møbler: Dining Chairs, Tables.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Built-in brick shelving in an open cupboard. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. A wood ceiling contrasts with brick walls. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. A modern, angled rooftop. Photography by James Silverman.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. The C-shape, brick exterior of the house. Photography by  James Silverman.

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