Amsterdam based studio i29 converted a neglected 17th century canal house into a bright home with unexpected views and room for discovery. The house is located along the canals near Amstelveld, originally constructed in 1675. Over the years the house had been fallen into almost a complete ruin, the renovation took more than 2 years and was executed in collaboration with a team of specialists. Photography by Ewout Huibers.
Home for the Arts is a project designed by i29. In a former industrial area in the north of Amsterdam, this apartment building was built for people providing freedom to all co-design their own homes. An open loft space without a prefixed layout and a double height ceiling gave us the possibilities to realize a completely custom designed interior, made to measure for a writer and art collector couple. Photography by i29 / Ewout Huibers.
This generous villa designed by i29 is made for a family of four, allowing for all different spaces to be connected on one level. A sustainable and spacious home that blurs the lines between interior and exterior space. In the center of the living area, a lush green patio is placed and floor to ceiling sliding doors give open views to the surrounding garden or swimming pool. All cabinetry, kitchens and furniture are custom designed and made to measure following the architectural layout. All to bring the architecture and interior design in complete synergy. Photography by i29 / Ewout Huibers
Room On The Roof is la project designed by i29 interior architects and is located in the small tower on de Bijenkorf in Amsterdam, a unique spot in the historic heart of the city that has been converted into a cultural haven.