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DANISH FAIRY TALE

KARINA AND MARCUS MENCKE VAGNBY, who designed this house in the trees, admit to some nervousness when the copper cladding they used on the double-storeyed living volume was first installed. “We had to be patient as the façade started off a dazzling rose-gold and, for a couple of months, its shine was quite extreme,” says Karina.

The small town of Søllerød, 20 kilometres north of the Danish capital, Copenhagen, is steeped in a fairy-tale landscape of lakes and forests. The two industrial designers, both of whom studied at the Royal

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