Private Client, 2008
Interior Design | Residential
A house becomes a home when bespoke design touches and thoughtful organisation is applied throughout. In the Private Residence, Amsterdam (2008), details of typical Dutch typology create a monumental and refined feeling from one room to the next. Given the architecture space of merely 102m2 inside and a garden area of 100m2 outside, the overall concept allows for the garden and home to live in harmony. Strong interior design elements such as the semi-circular wall, the intricate wooden parquet flooring with different types of wood inlays and panelled ceiling of cast GRG with relief gives the main living area an iconic presence. Outside, the garden is designed with artificial topiaries, black and white marble tiles and ceramic wallflowers, creating a calming oasis within this exuberant experience.