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Single-Family Home Restoration in Wood Brings Together the Old and the Modern!

Finding space is often the biggest constraint when it comes to home and interior design. We are always on the lookout for ideas that maximize limited space and the Risalleen House designed by R21 Arkitekter in Oslo is one that sees an aging home being revamped and extended into multiple single-family residences. The idea not only saves precious square footage, but also cuts back on construction costs and creates living environments that are beautiful, well-lit and modern. Creating a dashing blend of the past and the present, clean contemporary interiors in white and wood and coupled with gabled roof form, bringing together the best of both worlds.

Three new single-family homes in Oslo integrate the old with the new

The two new single-family homes on the lot feel like an extension of the renovated old building and in its new form, each of the houses gets its own backyard and private deck. On the inside, a living area that is spread across different levels greets you. The living and sitting space are connected with the garden visually using glass doors while the kitchen and the dining sit in the rear on an elevated platform. The bedrooms occupy the upper levels of the house and provide complete privacy.

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Each of the three houses has its own private garden and small deck
Finding the right balance between modernity and classic design for family home
Multi-level living area of the house with kitchen and dining space on an elevated platform
Vertical Baubuche laminated beech…

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