Far from the NORM January 27 2017

We're fans of the work of Danish architecture firm NORM Architects, and first came across them when we discovered that they had undertaken a project in our home county of Suffolk, with stunning results.

Reydon Grove Farm, a stone's throw form the Suffolk coast, borders a working farm and is a striking single-storey, flat-roofed pavilion.

Inside, the building showcases NORM's signature style of clean lines accompanying natural textures and materials. Expect to find natural and reclaimed wood set against white walls and massive windows harvesting all available natural light. Here's a few of our favourite details of the property.

 

Reydon Grove Farm by NORM Architects

Interior of Reydon Grove Farm in Suffolk

Interior of Reydon Grove Farm in Suffolk

Elsewhere, other projects that ably display the NORM team's talent for creating spaces that mesh a modern environment with a homespun, rustic feel include the Höst restaurant in their native Copenhagen and another domestic venture. Both of the project use reclaimed wood and rustic timber to create an instantly relaxed, convivial vibe.

The Höst restaurant in Copenhagen

The Höst restaurant in Copenhagen

The Höst restaurant in Copenhagen

Family home in Denmark with reclaimed wood dining table as centrepiece  

(Pictures NORM Architects)