A simple combination of brick and wood may sound rough today, but it has been very trendy in the building aesthetics of the mid-century. Spotted on home-designing.com, Dana House was projected by Ulrich Franzen who explored the brutalist style with grace. Stable and imposing, the construction shelters five bedrooms, a generous living area and four bathrooms. Despite its massiveness, the building offers warm, lively interiors that make the inhabitants feel comfortable and relaxed. One way to generate this atmosphere at home is to rely on vivid colours, artistic objects and original lighting items. Paintings, lamp shades, drawings, sculptures and pillows animate the interiors and add personality to the space. The Dana House was built in 1963, just 8 years after architect Franzen opened his studio […] Read more

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