Birch joinery encases two oversized windows framing views of the ocean and mountain range surrounding this solitary wooden cottage in Norway by Kolman Boye Architects.
Cosy neutral-toned furniture compliments the wood-lined interiors of this 1940s cottage in Denmark, which was overhauled by Wienberg Architects and Friis & Moltke.
A chunky concrete block containing a wood-burning stove forms the focal point in this house in Sweden by Sandell Sandberg, which also features an open-plan kitchen with white marble worktops.
Copenhagen office Leth & Gori paired bare plywood walls and ceilings with exposed clay blocks to create the warm-toned interior of this sustainably built house in Denmark.
The first thing visitors see when entering this minimal white house by Swedish designer Jonas Lindvall is a smooth white spiral staircase, which commands a whole room to itself.
A wood-burning stove raised on a honeycomb-patterned platform creates a cosy atmosphere within this cabin on the edge of a Norwegian lake by Atelier Oslo.
This Oslo loft renovated by Haptic features a powder-coated white steel staircase that hangs from a ceiling beam, contrasting the colourful kitchen and dining area.
A sculptural staircase made from cast in-situ white concrete and lit by a roof window is the centrepiece of this house in Finland by Avanto Architects.
The soft colour palette chosen by Note Design Studio for this loft apartment was inspired by a brown cashmere coat, a pair of sand-coloured shoes and a piazza in Rome.
The interiors of this 1950s cottage near Gothenburg were finished entirely in natural pine during renovation works by Johannes Norlander Arkitektu.