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i29 Turns Amsterdam Flat into a Spacious Loft

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A former rental apartment in de Pijp, Amsterdam, has been transformed by local practice i29 interior architects into a fresh and spacious loft. Originally, the apartment had many rooms and scarce daylight. The main objective was to achieve maximum use of natural light and to create a spatial experience. The interior is executed in a simple material scheme of large oak wall panels, white plastered walls, dark blue furniture pieces and light grey synthetic floors.

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An integrated wall cabinet organizes the living, kitchen and dining area in one large gesture. Several functions have been integrated in this piece such as storage space, a television cabinet and a custom designed kitchen which can be hidden behind two large sliding panels. A contrasting black kitchen island combined with a large high table is placed in the middle and divides the space.

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Furniture pieces in black and dark blue tones are in contrast with the light airy space. The top floor including two bedrooms and a bathroom, is finished all white in combination with the rough oak flooring. A built-in bath and custom designed sink of LG HiMacs blends in with the rest of the space.

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