Situated on the district Oud-Zuid in Amsterdam, a three-storey townhouse has been transformed back from office to its original living function.
Architects: Zecc Architects
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Photographs: Courtesy of Zecc
A careful renovation and a series of spatial interferences are made: the original conservatory and the back façade is broken down to create more space for the void over three floors, the new façade on this back side is made of large glass plates.
A unique family house of 500m2 arose, over the different layers a new sculptural element is realized, that accommodates different functions.
Inspiration from architect:
the client requested to “connect” different living functions but are not in each other’s sight directly. This resulted in the most important adjustment in this house; a void over 3 stories.