Frida had extra home than she wanted. And a surplus of land, too. However by promoting her place and conserving half of the double lot, she was capable of begin afresh by constructing from the bottom up—on the age of 80.
Frida lives in a small city simply north of Copenhagen, and for the undertaking she labored with celebrated Danish agency Entasis: the design workforce dubbed her single-story, next-phase-of-life dream home Villa Frida. Entasis, in flip, steered Stillark provide the centrally situated kitchen, which we’re spotlighting right here.
A Copenhagen structure studio “devoted to the kitchen area,” Stillark affords two cupboard fashions which can be cheerfully clean-lined, sensible, and extremely customizable. As Stillark places it: “We’ve got taken the bespoke out of bespoke, and made cautious and defining selections when it comes to design and supplies. Because of this the architect and buyer can give attention to format and performance.”
For Frida, who Stillark founding companion Ditlev Rahbek describes as “very high quality aware,” the agency provided a design of “calm simplicity” centered round an island. Be a part of us for a tour.
The home is stair free and designed for ageing in place, with, for instance, large clearance between the island for mobility, and reachable, easy-to-open drawers and cupboards. The fridge is integrated into the cupboard wall. Stillark’s Gable Tripper step stool has “a strong building that ensures stability irrespective of who decides to crawl up on it.” (It’s accessible on the Stillark store in a variety of colours for roughly $400 and ships flat packed.)