Seaside sanctuary on the Danish Riviera

This fabulous seaside home is constructed on a grassy slope in Humlebaek, a seaside town less than 20 miles north of Copenhagen, Denmark. The former fishing village is unofficially titled the Danish Riviera where Copenhagen-based architecture firm Henning Larsen has built a two-story, 5,404 square foot home that their client calls a sanctuary. The home has an enclosed courtyard that is shielded from the elements and offers a spectacular view of the Oresund strait and the Swedish island of Hven.


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