This apartment full of holes in Amsterdam was designed by Dutch interior architects i29.
Titled Home 07, the residence features a series of cabinets with laser-cut holes across their surfaces, which double as handles.
A double-height pine wall lines the staircase and links the two floors.
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This single-family apartment for four people is situated in a stately building in southern Amsterdam, NL.
The original structure, with rooms for staff, a double hall and long hallways with lots of doors has been transformed into a spacious, transparent dwelling full of light and air.
A kitchen in combination with cabinets from floor to ceiling has laser-cut front panels, all spray painted white.
This pattern results in a dynamic mixture of open and closed cabinets, the holes also function as integrated handgrips.
The transparency of the object’s skin gives depth to the volume which is complimented by furniture like the Grcic chair one.
An atrium with open staircases brings natural light from a large roof light into the living area.
Along the open staircase a wall of two stories high is covered with clear pine wood, and connects the two levels.
Upstairs the master bedroom is situated next to a large bathroom with a finish of structured tiles from Patricia Urquola, glass, and wooden cabinets.
address: Rooseveltlaan, Amsterdam
m2: 150 m2
photos: i29 l interior architects
constructor: Smart Interiors
interior build: Kooijmans interiors
materials: pinewood, white epoxy flooring, spray painted white doors, Himacs
design i29 l interior architects
founders: jaspar Jansen (1970) & Jeroen Dellensen (1972)