On the outskirt of Amsterdam city center lays the lush Amsterdam Oud-Zuid neighborhood, characterized by lots of green areas and typical “Amsterdamse School” housing.
This particular residential was built as a family home in 1938. The brick facades, the wooden window frames, and red roof cladding give it that particular style which this neighborhood is famous for.
The rooms are situated around a central staircase that has been brought back in this renovation to its original position. The material selection is classic with a twist of minimalism.
The color-palette chosen gives the family house a cool young breeze that blends with the surrounding greens of the house.