A MINIMALIST’S GUIDE to LIVING a MINDFUL LIFE
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    So, turns out you're not a fan of maximalism and you're also not happy with the inflexible white and black minimalist aesthetics. Well, perhaps this Danish home designed by the one and only Norm Architects will tickle your fancy? — I think yes and hear me out.

    The Vigi House, which is a reformed 60's home, sits on a sloping plot in Virum with high ceilings, light tunnels and open spaces. This home was intended blend in with it's natural surroundings and be a comfortable-minimal family home for its owners and that it does.

    I don't know about you but one of my (maybe unhealthy) stress comping mechanisms is to vicariously pack my bags and move into wonderful houses like this one, were it looks peaceful, not stifling and quite — then I'm snapped back into reality by my neighbours drilling the walls for the 4th time this week and I thank the technology gods for the Internet.

    Although we can only enjoy the Vigi House vicariously we need to admit, it's quiet perfectly planned for a family sanctuary. As always, Norm Architects delivers pure architectural goodness.

    © Norm Architects
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