Art & soul

Your Home and Garden|April 2020

Art & soul
Classic design pieces mix with intentionally provocative art in this eye-popping family home
Pia Olsen

The first time Bianca Heinsvig entered this newly built house in 2014, she didn’t think much of it. But when she walked 15 steps further in and discovered the cosy atrium courtyard and beautiful view from the living room across fields and a small lake, she began to change her mind.

But the most important discovery in the 155-square metre home in Hasselager, just outside the Danish city of Aarhus, was that it had both a large kitchen and, if they tore down a wall in the living room, the spacious family room that she dreamed of.

“I am a collector and I love furniture, lamps, ceramics and art,” Bianca says. “I often crave something for a long time while I save up for it. There needed to be enough room for all the things I have fallen in love with.”

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April 2020