The interiors of this renovated 1960s artist's retreat in southeastern Norway are clad in white-glazed pine, a contrast to the black-stained facade. The brick fireplace is original. The rocking chair is vintage and came with the house.
A sculptural fireplace, covered in plaster, contrasts with oak parquet floors at this renovated Stockholm loft.
Life inside this coastal summerhouse in North Zealand, Denmark, revolves around the brick chimney, which the architect surrounded with a concrete counter that wraps from the kitchen to the living area.
Heating for this industrial prefab, designed by Danish company Vipp, is provided by a Spartherm fireplace, with electric heating integrated into the magnesite floor. Walls are insulated with fire-tested wool felt under plywood panels.
The Copenhagen home of Vipp designer Morten Bo Jensen features a sofa from Engell, a suspended Parentesi lamp by Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzù for Flos, and a wood-burning stove made by Aduro. The firewood nook set in the left wall is Jensen’s own design.