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Published on Sep 12, 2017
Hvide Sande, a small town on the west coast of Jutland, is Denmark’s fifth largest fishing port. The harbor is lined with rows of fishermen’s sheds, used as workshops and to store gear. With changes in the fishing industry, many of them are no longer used. Several of them have now been replaced by small summerhouses inspired by the old sheds The new cottages have the same gabled roof design and vertical board siding as the traditional sheds, with a pair of hinged wooden doors covering glass patio doors on one gable end.
Entering the cottage shown here brings you into a combined living/dining room with vaulted ceiling. A banquette along one wall provides some of the seating for the dining table. Although the room is fairly small, it looks like it could comfortably accommodate five or six people.