This project is located in a typical “Amsterdam School” neighborhood, a style of architecture that arose during the 1910s and lasted until about 1930 in the Netherlands. It has been completely renovated thanks to Jasper Grool Architect, resulting in a spacious, fully-functional home.
The space, with a design that includes a structure that stretches from the entrance to the garden, has been remodeled to add an extra area where three bases have been located: a living area on the side of the street, a kitchen in the central part, and the dining area on the side of the garden. There are also folding metal doors, which give maximum accessibility to the outside space.
The house is decorated in a modern style, and yet there are some classic details that have allowed us to create balance and symmetry in the design, where the taste for art and quality furniture is in full splendor.
The private rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms have been created in parallel, separated from the rest of the home by glass doors with bases of black metal. Natural light gently seeps into these intimate spaces, giving them warmth.
The result is cozy and warm spaces that provide comfort and relaxation to its inhabitants.