With no shortage of space, the home was kept to a single-storey, spread across a generous 247-square metres. A central hallway runs the length of the interior, segmenting the public and private areas. With the entirely glass views, this gives the home plenty of warm and fuzzy spots to bask in the sun and look out to the surrounding pastures. Used to the harsh winters in Denmark, Norm Architects have continued their focus on bringing nature inside both with lighting and materials. It wouldn’t be an English countryside abode without an open fire to gather and both chimneys are made from dark grey brickwork, intended to harmonise with the timber cladding as it ages. Extending on this palette, Dinesen flooring and white and warm neutral hues inform every space and object that fills it – including Norm’s very own product designs.