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Image from page 162 of "International studio" (1897)

Identifier: internationalstu70newy

Title: International studio

Year: 1897 (1890s)


Subjects: Art Decoration and ornament

Publisher: New York

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto



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26 living-room of mr. ejnarschaffers summer-house,holte. c. br.sstrup,architect THE REVIVAL OF THE WOODEN HOUSE


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HUT ON THE EDGE OF A LAKEDESIGNED, BUILT AND DECORATEDBY THE OWNER, KAJ BOJESEN kitchen. On the first floor, which onlyextends over part of the house, and towhich leads a picturesque inner staircaseat one end of the hall, are two more bed-rooms. The interior is in many placesornamented by means of carving, paintedin transparent oil-colours, the furniture,specially designed and also made by M.Richardt has been treated in the samemanner. a a a a a M. Mikkelsens house at Nsrum hasalso been very happily placed, in charmingenvirons. It has all the dignified simpli-city and other characteristics of the oldNorse timbered houses, and is, to boot, bothroomy and very cosy. a a a Dr. E. Schaffers house at Holte, Den-mark, hke most of the timbered housesonly used as a summer residence, isbuilt by M. C. Brzstrup, the architect.It enjoys an excellent position in avery pretty neighbourhood, well wooded,amongst hills and lakes. It was originallyonly a small house, but has been mate-rially enlarged, t



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Taken circa 1897