on the edge of denmark’s 7,000 km coastline, studio viktor sørless has planned a cantilevered, cross-framed summer house with a true to life state of mind. worked for an outright cinéaste customer, the erratic contemporary living arrangement’s plan draws from the motion picture, the professional writer, by french-clean movie executive, roman polanski.
presently under development, the hill house sits nearly secluded, on a site that appreciates an unhindered view over the danish waterfront scene. studio viktor sørless has built up the venture as a feasible, contemporary summer habitation with a cross-framed structure changed in accordance with the four cardinal bearings: north, south, east, and west. in any case, the norwegian designer has utilized light as a fifth cardinal bearing in the structure, making a true to life climate all through its spaces that changes as per the hour of day and edge through which light infiltrates the inside.
the house can be gone into by means of the lift room, which capacities as a vestibule and display, and prompts the living arrangement’s upper level, where the lounge room and room are found. drapes over the long, floor-to-roof windows fortify the true to life shadow play produced by characteristic light all through the inside, while stressing the nearness of wind. ‘the thinker hermann schmitz called wind in his talks as half-thing (halbding),’ clarifies viktor sørless, ‘”if wind is gone, we don’t have the foggiest idea where it’s gone however we can feel the nonattendance and nearness on our bodies”, half-things make airs and give a feeling of corporality.’