Residential building

Apartment Amsterdam

Life in the Netherlands spills out into the street, a phenomenon that is widely accepted. The seafaring nation is traditionally cosmopolitan, and the tendency towards openness even carries over when it comes to home interiors.

Life in the Netherlands spills out into the street, a phenomenon that is widely accepted. The seafaring nation is traditionally cosmopolitan, and the tendency towards openness even carries over when it comes to home interiors.

This approach can be seen in this new building where modern living manifests classically in the room atmosphere. The room pictures change depending on the view angle, and are surrounded by dark door and window frames. The spacious layouts create a sense of living in a loft. The colour palette is reserved, elegant and modern. Functionality and cosiness are complemented by the calm character of wood, textiles, light walls and cream-coloured parquet. This green appearance, however, can also be flashy in day-to-day life.

But don't miss the floors: they also have a lot to offer. The Formpark Quadrato format is as simple as it is irresistible: it is enhanced with individuality, with countless patterns that change depending on how the light falls. Herringbone from the aristocratic villa is perfect in this modern flat, impressively referencing the classic laying pattern.

LocationAmsterdam, Netherlands
ArchitectPrivate
Building ownerPrivate
Floor installerVloerenhuis
ParquetFormpark Quadrato Oak Crema, B-Protect®
PhotographerCharlotte Kap Fotografie

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