Fokkema and Partners took on the project Private Residence 1901 to develop over two study halls in an old fashioned structure from the mid-1900s into crude and refined living quarters in the Netherlands.
The condo was considered as an inviting, fun space for a youthful couple, film fans, who imagined a “Bruce Wayne” style for their residence. They characterized their plan target to be crude yet refined, with a hint of sorcery.
After entering the loft, a mirror toward the finish of the previous corridor outwardly broadens the sightline. It shrouds two mystery entryways. The rooms, washroom, and study are housed in the previous workplaces. These are portrayed by lower roofs with wooden shafts and a close environment.
The study halls, with the kitchen, eating table, and lounge room, have delicate gestures to their history. The current harsh and blemished block dividers were left flawless.
High positioned windows to keep the understudies from gazing outside, permit a great deal of light to enter. The space is praised with an unblemished white marble kitchen and warm tinted wooden partition.
The shading and example of these wooden panels are gotten from extravagance homes in the “Mad Man” series. Another pair of dark steel surrounded ensuite entryways, flanked with contemporary cabinets, associate the previous classrooms.
A natural appearance and inconspicuous detail reach out on all scale levels, making a magnificent home. The color scheme is mollified with warm tones of dim making a loosening up environment differentiating the bustling city life in its range.
The mirror plays such a big role in the project Private Residence 1901 by Fokkema and Partners due to its hidden role that act as the secret entryways that led to a bedroom, bathroom, and study. The innocent touch was executed finely with a wooden touch on the ceiling.
Photography: Alexander van Berge