In the kitchen, solid oak was used to create integrated cupboards and shelves, while a stainless-steel island incorporates a white sink.
Furniture pieces by the designer feature throughout the property, including faceted steel dining chairs, white pendant lights and an oak step ladder.
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"The entire interior design has been reduced to the essence of lines, surfaces and volumes," Roijé told Dezeen. "The signature of Frederik Roijé is present in the entire apartment, and is recognisable by its simplicity and functionality."
As part of his renovation, Roijé changed the apartment's entire layout to create an open-plan living, kitchen and dining area. Internal walls were swapped for glass partitions – providing the apartment with more natural light.
Bedrooms and bathrooms are contained behind the main living area, while a glass extension opens onto a small garden on the back of the property.
"The use of glass walls give the apartment clear lines of sight and maximise the spatial experience," said Roijé. "Moreover, this provides each room with daylight."
"The steel and glass facade is extended over the full width of the apartment, and makes the garden an extension of the living space," he added.
Images are courtesy of Dutchphotography.
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