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We invite you to a number of beautiful homes in Scandinavia where we have made new carpenter’s kitchens or bathrooms.

While the individual homes are very different in terms of style, common to them all is a high level of architectural quality and that the kitchens and bathrooms from Multiform match the rest of the house, the lives their occupants lead and their functional needs. These considerations have been integrated into the solutions, in a quality and design that lasts for generations.

Visit one of our stores, where our designers, architects and interior designers are ready to assist you.

The old vicarage in Southern Jutland

The old vicarage from 1911 had been used as an institution for many years before the family of five took over and began renovating the historic and preservation-worthy building in Southern Jutland. Upon entering the grand hall, [...]

Kitchen, cultural history and classic design

The old administration building from 1934 is both historic and a piece of architectural heritage, and the unique properties overlooking Vejle Fjord are now new exceptional private homes. Martin first lived in an apartment in one of the other old buildings until he had [...]

Minimalist simplicity in a classic setting

Nestled in the middle of the town's Cathedral Quarter, you'll find this listed building that dates back to 1798 with its stucco details, historical signatures and classic furniture design. The property had been used for offices for the past 50 years, and it took [...]

Modern country living

The corn sways in the fields around Elsebeth and Jens’ country house in North Jutland. From the large windows that open up the farmhouse’s façades to the surrounding countryside, farmer Jens can assess the weather from the very moment he opens his eyes. "What’s [...]

The farm on the heath in West Jutland

In its unspoiled location out on the heath in West Jutland, at first glance the '70s, country-style house hardly catches the eye. Inside, however, some spectacular architecture awaits. The 250 square metre farmhouse from 1972, together with a renovated barn of 120 square metres, [...]

Italian-inspired dream property for globetrotter

Director of International Education at the Hempel Foundation, Bente Mølgaard is a discerning and well-travelled minimalist. The countless weeks of travel were also what resulted in a strong desire for a homely oasis to return to. In collaboration with interior designer Birgit Tarp from [...]

Industrial New York style

Just an hour's drive north of Copenhagen, you will find the most stunning green meadow with grazing cows and wild flowers. This meadow in exactly this area of outstanding natural beauty was what Lone Kristensen and her family fell in love with. They dreamt [...]

Country living designed by an architect

Around the kitchen table of Anne Marie and Henrik's home in Skanderborg there are sky-high ceilings and uninterrupted views across undulating fields and forests all the way to Himmelbjerget, Denmark's famous hill. On a hilltop 110 metres above sea level, the couple have built [...]

Morten modernises grandparents’ house

Not far from Skørping in Northern Jutland, there is a village surrounded by fields and old farms, where, in the 1970s, a neighbourhood of detached homes was built. Most of the 40-50 year old detached homes are showing signs of age, but one of [...]

The architect’s backyard dream

From old backyard house to modern dream home There were holes in the roof of the old backyard house from the 1930s, and the courtyard was known as one of the city's more shady addresses. The big brute of a backyard house had [...]

New kitchen in the old patrician’s villa

Bettina and Søren Staunsgaard's villa in the Hunderup neighbourhood of Odense has a unique location looking directly out over Odense ZOO's savannah area, where giraffes, zebras and other animals graze right on the other side of the fence at the bottom of the garden. [...]

The perfect framework

When Annie and Per decided to build a home for the entire family on Denmark's west coast, they knew that they wanted to avoid standard solutions. The kitchen not only had to be functional but also needed to create the perfect framework for life [...]

Nørresundby penthouse with panoramic views

Sundby Brygge is an exclusive building situated centrally between the bridges in Nørresundby. Peter Matthiasen lives here, with views of the fjords and the Aalborg skyline. The architecture is modern and timeless, with a light, simple, Nordic architectural style – designed by schmidt/hammer/lassen [...]

The old yard

Ania and Jan live at The Old Yard on the outermost edge of the quay in Aalborg. The old machine hall with the unique location has been carefully renovated and The Old Yard is now one of the most exclusive residential buildings on the [...]

24 square metres of pure relaxation

It took two years for Jesper and Karin Therkildsen to transform a run-down backyard house in Fredericia into a dream of a home. The backyard house had been derelict since the end of the noughties when architect Jesper Therkildsen and his wife took it [...]

Minimalistic ocean views

Architect Bo Frederiksen has dreamt about living on the sunny side of Flensborg Fjord since he was young. Together with his wife Eva, he has finally created an outstanding minimalistic home from local brick and concrete at that precise location. It is an elegant [...]

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