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Publication: Erik Christian Sørensen’s own house

Erik Christian Sørensen’s private residence represents a ground-breaking design among Post-War houses, and it is a powerful personal expression of a modernist architectural vision in timber.

In 1955 the Danish architect Erik Christian Sørensen designed the house for himself and his family, and for more than 60 years it has been a great source of inspiration for generations of architects – and not without reason. The iconic house is not merely a strong personal expression of a characteristically modernistic view of architecture; it also impresses through a meticulously tight and modular construction, with a flexible openness, a sublime interaction with the garden and an elegant use of wood as the dominant building material.

48 pages with photos and drawings.

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