By merging two apartments, a spacious accommodation was created in Amsterdam-Zuid. With almost 300m2 of living space, 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, it offers plenty of space to its residents. An extraordinary apartment in a beautiful location.

One of the apartments houses the bedrooms with the sanitary facilities, while the other houses the living quarters. The two apartments are connected by a wide corridor creating a long line of sight right through the final apartment.

While the sleeping quarters have a private character to ensure privacy, the living quarters are organized in an open floor plan. This is where sunlight enters the apartment and offers a beautiful view of the city. The original walls between the smaller rooms were broken through to create a continuous space in which the kitchen, dining room and sitting room are placed. The sitting room is separable by steel-glass sliding doors. Between the kitchen and the dining area is a staircase to the upstairs room where a workspace is located. The upstairs room is part of the living area by a void with accessible glass and provides extra light and spaciousness for the space below.

The materialization is based on a quiet color scheme where the accessories add the color accents. The materials are of high quality and offer a rich appearance without being overly present. A sophisticated lighting plan with beautiful fixtures provides an atmospheric ambiance within the quiet color scheme.

Facts & Figures

Year: 2017
Area: 290m2

CLIENT: Private
CONTRACTOR: Meesterbouw, The Hague
HANGING: Formani 
FLOORS: Soares Parket, Amstelveen 
FIREPLACES: Jos Harm Exclusive Fireplaces, Amsterdam 
STEEL DOORS: Hogendoorn, Montfoort
INTERIOR: Engelen Interieurbouw, Montfoort


PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael van Oosten


'DENOLDERVLEUGELS knows no bounds when it comes to working with the contractor and us as the client. Their passion and vision has helped us enormously in making the right decisions, sometimes under great time pressure. Their years of experience make them a great sparring partner and knowledgeable advisor, also in terms of materials, design and approach.