- The Roof House in Copenhagen, Denmark (Sigurd Larsen)
- Gjøvik House in Norway (Norm Architects)
- Garbo Interiors in Lidingö, Sweden
- House Y in Iisalmi, Finland (Arkkitehtitoimisto Teemu Pirinen)
- Pedersen Residence in Flateyri, Iceland (Baulhús)
The European north is the epitome of the intense connection between nature and design: rugged wilderness and short winter days require comfortable interiors with warm colors, while lovely landscape scenarios and long midsummer nights are juxtaposed to functional-minimalist and timeless design.
Nordic Style presents the impressive wealth of Scandinavian interiors, locally inspired and internationally successful. Whether in the unspoiled nature or in the midst of urban life, the designers rely on the tradition of using sustainable materials and natural shapes together with the latest building technologies to create a successful mix of simple yet expressive design concepts that make the Nordic style so popular, unique and always ahead of time.