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 four years of restoration work to adapt a classical framework to modern family life. The family has chosen a specially designed Form 2 hand-crafted kitchen and iconic Danish furniture classics that create an almost minimalist simplicity and contrast with the property’s original details.

The clean lines of the kitchen, combined with materials such as Carrara marble and brass, underline the uncompromising approach that characterises a Multiform carpenter’s kitchen.

Et specialdesignet Form 2 snedkerkøkken fra Multiform og ikoniske, danske møbelklassikere skaber en næsten minimalistisk enkelhed og kontrast til ejendommens originale detaljer.

Three kitchens

In the basement, the house’s original wood stove has been given a modern contrast in the form of a black kitchen island. On the ground floor, the kitchen has moved into one of the four en-suite rooms – right between the dining room and the scullery kitchen. In both kitchens, light colours and a consistent use of materials and surfaces have been used to create coherence in the design.

Køkkenet er opdelt i et grovkøkken
“I’m an ultra-minimalist, and the kitchen’s clean lines and classic materials, together with Danish furniture classics, give the house’s original details exactly the edge I wanted.”

Claus A. Christensen

In the scullery kitchen, the total height of 4.2 metres is utilised with cupboards built to measure by the carpenters at Multiform. The white base cabinets in the Form 6 design series feature Carrara marble worktops, and the classic Tara fittings from Dornbracht are an elegant and timeless solution for cold, hot and boiling water.

Den fredede ejendom er indrettet med danske møbelklassikere fra Finn Juhl og Arne Jacobsen.