The medieval manor house on the Danish island of Funen, in the Baltic Sea, lies in an idyllic park surrounded by a wide moat, fruit trees and huge expanses of green. It looks imposing, but not pretentious. It is a place where old meets new, where tradition and modernity merge. Today, the former manor house is occupied by a family with two children.
The actual and original kitchen is located on the lower floor with access to the gardens and the park. This room which is reserved for the immediate family was furnished with bulthaup b3. The gentle grain from the 13mm-thick solid oak fronts of the kitchen island and the cabinets accentuates the warm atmosphere. The large, centrally positioned kitchen island with a stainless steel worktop is enhanced by a line of medium-high units with ample storage space and electrical appliances. A credenza, installed on the multi-functional wall, appears to be floating and connects to the comfortable seating area next to the open fireplace.