Scandinavian countries and Japan are very far from each other by distance, but, both styles were combined in the design of this house in Denmark. They actually have a lot in common: the pursuit of minimalism, functionality and “clean” space. This is exactly what the owner of this home likes the most. A couple of years ago, she returned from Japan and set a goal to create interiors guided by these principles. Therefore, there are so many straight lines and understandable forms, the space is not overloaded with color and objects. And accented objects look like ink hieroglyphs on light parchment. Another feature of the Japanese and Scandinavian interiors is the attention to nature – many natural materials are used here, and there are also large windows overlooking the green courtyard. Wonderful!