Modern Minimalist Interior Design For Apartment in Amsterdam by i29 Architects
This apartment for a family of four people in a stately building in the south of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, was designed by architect I29. The original structure of the home, must with room for staff, a double room and long hallway with many doors have been converted to residential area full of light and air transparency.
An apartment kitchen cabinet panels with a combined floor to ceiling has laser-cut front, spray painted all white. This pattern leads to a dynamic mix of open and closed cabinets, built-in the holes as a handle. It gives the depth of the volume of objects with leather furniture such as chairs equipped Grcic. to bring an open atrium with a staircase to the natural light from large roof-light in the living area. The walls opened up the stairs two floors covered with a clear pine, and connect the two levels. Upstairs bedroom apartment is located next to the large bathroom with tile edge from Patricia Urquola structured, glass, wood and cabinets.