Located in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Villa Amsterdam is designed by Marmol Radziner Architecture for a young family. This house sits outside of the city center on a large site and surrounded by a midcentury residential neighborhood, framing the stunning views of the natural area, canal, and garden.
Due to its awesome site, this modern family house is designed by respecting its midcentury residential neighborhood. It has a largely opaque front and sides that provide privacy for the family. These sides are in contrast with the back elevation of steel and glass.
This house is a combination of different materials such as wood, steel, and glass. Wood is used to beautify the interior spaces of the house, especially the ceiling. This material also comes in the form of furniture. Through the glass doors and walls, the family can enjoy the stunning surrounding views from inside the house.
Villa Amsterdam Gallery
Photography: Marmol Radziner Architecture