Sinus House by CEBRA Architects Denmark
The Sinus House located in Denmark and designed by CEBRA architects is a great example of how pleated facades can be used to let maximum sunlight into the house despite the potion of the sun. There are concave cuttings in the long side of the wing house which function as large reflectors of light.
The large glass surface cuttings have white opposing surfaces which function as shielded terraces. The cuttings on both sides of the house lets a person choose between the sun and the shade. The Sinus House has rooms which are arranged as independent boxes which together from a central area for the kitchen, family room and sitting room. The bedroom is altogether an independent unit with an attached bathroom.
It’s a very beautiful and modern house. It has a very nice design, both in terms of exterior design as well as of interior décor. Every room as specific look, a different atmosphere and décor. But what they all share in common is the modern and simple style. It’s nice how all the materials and patterns work together and form a complete and equilibrated image. And all the different colors also work together to form complementary and colorful images. It’s a beautiful design, modern and elegant and also stylish.
It’s very interesting how the same colors are found both on the outside and on the inside of the house. It’s a nice continuity. The grey and white is a very nice and quiet combination, and when some other bright and fun colors are added, like that beautiful green from the kitchen, the image is very pleasant and beautiful.