Dec 13 2012
This is a large apartment completed in 2011 designed by Dutch Architectural Firm called Marc Koehler Architects. The large area of building is 1,722 square foot situated in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This building transformed from old building called harbor-cantina on KNSM into large apartment design called house like village cause of this transformation the function of the building changed but the architect still kept the identity of this building.
Why the owners choose Marc Koehler Architects to complete this project? As experienced and dedicated architecture firm was founded in Amsterdam in 2005 and has simple motto that they believe architecture and design can help to create a better future. They also have completed a number of interior design projects for museums, theatre performances, offices and homes. It’s the requirement why the owner selected Marc Koehler Architects to complete this large apartment.
The large apartment consist of 4 smaller house which containing the more private space and supporting facilities. By connecting every house in the large apartment creating open multifunctional emerges or the streets more needed and to give a natural daylight enter deep into the house.
The second floor of large apartment used for cooking, dining, working and a guest house. All of these rooms linked with amazing bridges. The large apartment design has more spacious terrace that you can fully enjoy the view of the adjacent harbor. The staircase designing used wood as material and create underneath of the staircase as a beautiful bookcase. The all windows in this apartment posted with large glass to view outside of the adjacent harbor. Fireplace placed in the living room with minimalist installation.
If you want to create the interior apartment like in pictures it’s need smart idea and inspiration to complete all these design. We hope you enjoy article above to look another post related with apartment design you can check out it here: Modern Contemporary Apartment Design by DEN Architecture
Photos by: Marcel van der Burg