BEAUTIFUL SMALL FAMILY HOUSE IN COPENHAGEN | SIGURD LARSEN
Architect Sigurd Larsen designed this small family house to be economical to build. The floor plan is a simple rectangle and the gable roof has no dormers, hips or valleys to add complexity and cost. A central bearing wall supports the roof ridge, allowing the home to have vaulted ceilings without the expense of a large roof beam. The roof could probably have been built for less using standard manufactured roof trusses, but then it would have to have flat ceilings. Prefabrication also helped to lower the construction cost. The walls were built in a factory and delivered to the building site in large sections with most of the wood exterior cladding already installed.
The central bearing wall divides the 80 m2 (861 ft2) house exactly in half, with the social spaces in the front half and the three bedrooms and bathroom lined up along the back. There is also a small entry and utility area behind the kitchen, with closets for coats, general storage, the laundry machines and the water heater.
A small family house in Copenhagen | Sigurd Larsen
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