Amsterdam Loft could be the residence of the mad scientist as an alternative it is the property of a extremely eclectic owner with a refined taste in design. The skulls, the dead animals, the deer horns, the scissors, and the wooden interior add the Gothic nevertheless quirky style which actually reminds you of a science lab in an 18th century warehouse. Despite the fact that there is no horrifying feeling in the atmosphere despite all the dead souls, this loft is really remarkable! Located in a historic creating in a single of Amsterdam’s renowned canals the canal home occupies a total location of 250 square meters. It is positioned in an 18th century warehouse with a panoramic view over the city. The owners wanted to preserve the original open strategy layout of the space so UXUS created a series of dramatic curtain walls which could be opened and closed accordingly to the requirements of use. All the interior decorative products had been selected to reflect the owners’ eclectic taste.
When getting into the house one particular could but notice the most abundant material in the property which is wood. The whole loft is supported on big wooden beams and pillars which create a very warm and welcoming effect. The difficult wooden floor runs length-wise of the property adding an elongated impact to the space. The virtual dividers to this open program layout are the lengthy draped curtains in a neutral sand tone which divide the spaces as if you are in a hospital examining room. The curtains allow for visual privacy, as this is very essential in any open program layout. The brick walls of the loft were left untouched and have been painted in a awesome white tone to compliment the wood. Some walls had been painted in a blue gray tone and are used as the background, as in a painting. The plumbing pipes are exposed and run along the brick walls.