Modern Residence With Scandinavian Design Influences: Corkellis House

Modern Residence With Scandinavian Design Influences: Corkellis House

The Corkellis House was designed by Kathryn Tyler of Linea Studio and is located in Cornwall, England. The residence has a modern exterior, which makes the transition between the outdoors and the living space quite smooth. The interiors are very welcoming, featuring ingenious furniture items and surprising decorating elements. According to the official description, “Kathryn designed a Scandinavian-inspired Eco-house to fit into this extremely limited plot. Although built from quite conventional materials, the house itself is far from normal. With a white painted brick ground floor, and a lightweight timber frame first floor, this cubist shell provides the interior designer a chance to show off her flair inside, with cleverly designed zones and beautifully displayed vintage Danish furniture.” Can you tell us what design elements you find captivating in the photos below?


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