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Dwelling transformation / Inarchitecten

  • Architects: Inarchitecten
  • Location: Entrepotdok, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Architects: Inarchitecten / Ruben van den Boogaard and Mark Hekkert
  • Budget: 1,15 million Euro
  • Area: 400.0 sqm
  • Photographs: Rutger Vos

© Rutger Vos © Rutger Vos © Rutger Vos © Rutger Vos

From the architect. In an old warehouse, in 2000 transformed to lofts by Claus and Kaan, INarchitecten made one big city-residence out of two appartments. The concept of the loft-dwelling developed into a more spacialplan. From each position you allway look towards the light and by putting the stairs after each other you can look, diagonal through the whole dwelling for over 30 meters.

© Rutger Vos
© Rutger Vos

All this accentuated by a 18 meters long and 3 stores high closet paralel to the stairs. Everything is designed by INarchitecten: closets, bathtub and hand basins in Corian, kitchenbench and ledarmatures.

© Rutger Vos
© Rutger Vos
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