By Råbylille beach on the island of Møn, and some 350 m from the water’s edge, stands the bright, spacious and attractively modern Black+Bright house. Pure forms, classic designs and warm timber create a relaxed ambience and an impossibly beautiful living space. The unobstructed views over adjacent meadows and fields reach as far as the sea on clear days.
In 2010 the house was awarded the architectural prize for the region of Vordingborg. With 3 bedrooms, a sleeping gallery and 2 bathrooms, Black+Bright can accommodate up to 8 people – perfect for families!
What to do
Swimming, walking, cycling, water sports and fishing. Møn Klingt (the white chalk cliffs), natural monuments such as Bronze Agegrave mounds, medieval churches, manors, Stege (a historic townscape) and the thatched castle Lisel. The beach meadows are an important bird sanctuary. To the east of the island is the Klinteskoven forest with Denmark's largest variety of orchids.
Why we like this house
great, iconic architecture !
This house is great for
Black&Bright is perfect for families.
Jan Henrik Jansen (born 1970) is a German architect who lives with his Danish partner and two young children in Copenhagen. The independent architect designs private residential and holiday homes in Denmark and abroad.
Black&Bright was built by Jan-Henrik Jansen solely on his own account. Birkedal, another house designed and built by Jansen, is just nearby.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DK – Denmark, Moen (Møn)
Scenery: Baltic Sea
Number of guests: up to 8 people
Design: Jan Henrik Jansen, Kopenhagen
Special Features: Right next door is the house Birkedal, designed by the same architect.
Awards: Award of Vordingborg Region for best architecture, 2010