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In the longhouse-style passive energy property designed by architects Maria Ibañez de Sendadiano and Todd Rouh, 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 recreate the look at home.
Above: The living room is designed with just enough space, fitting into the more 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 it’s 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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