On the brink of Amsterdam’s Red Light District, on a calm and leisurely canal, we transformed one large townhouse into two large houses and three smaller apartments.
By stripping down the existing structure we were able to set up completely new lay-outs for all apartments. And by keeping the existing beams and original mouldings throughout the house, it kept its old charm and heritage.
All houses were fitted with high-end kitchens, bathrooms and solid wooden floors in different patterns per house so they all have a different atmosphere.
The apartments are situated around a central patio so all rooms would get enough light. The souterrain gets its light from cut-outs in the ground floor, so light can pour in through the ceilings.