The full renovation and interior design of this 2015 project are done by Standard Studio. The Bloemgracht Loft is situated on the Bloemgracht, Amsterdam, the Netherlands with 150 m2 of its floor area. The client of this project is a young stockbroker that bought the house. The goal is to create an open-plan interior with a new look.
Standard Studio designs a new interior for a young family home in Majanggracht, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Majanggracht is a 2015 project that sits on the beautiful KNSM island, designed with a ground floor living kitchen to move out a lot of house functions. With the split-level layouts and big voids, the characteristic for the playfulness of the house can be shown up.
An office building, ‘Hermes City Plaza’, is transformed into a residential building by Joyce Kelder from Standard Studio. Hermes City Plaza – The Room is a 2017 project inspired by a tiny house movement to provide 218 student houses in Stadhuisplein 30, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. This student home is completed with a lot of facilities and designed with bamboo as the main material.
Completed in 2017, NH25 Loft is designed by Standard Studio in cooperation with Joyce Kelder. It is a 370 m2 loft project located in the city center of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, a hidden gem that built in the old canal house. In order to provide a lot of lights to the spaces, six extra big roof lights are created. The end result of the project is bright interiors and vibrant open floorplan.
Three Generation House: Two Separate Apartments with Contrast Facades for A Family with Two Households
Designed for a family with two households, Three Generation House offers two separate apartments for a family comprising of two households. Located in Buiksloterham, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, this project is about creating a building for both families so they can enjoy each other’s company without sacrificing private family life advantages. While the building’s contrasting façades are emphasized by the gradient in the building’s plan.
This colorful house celebrates undeniably and individuality, reflecting the clients’ colorful personalities. Started in 2015 and completed in 2017, Blue House is an expression of the hyper-personal located in Buiksloterham, Amsterdam, Dutch. It is enveloped in Yves Klein Blue with Build-It-Yourself architecture designed by BETA Office. The large openings and bright interiors are combined to provide comfortable and fun atmospheres.
Living on the Edge: Traditional Ideals Meet A Contemporary House Design with Fine Texture of the Thatch
A magnificent view of the landscape is provided for the residents in each room of the house. During the days, the room is lightened by the warm lights and it also can give a dynamic character. At night, the house radiates this light to the surroundings and marking the house position in the landscape. All the modern comforts are integrated into the main living space with a beautiful open kitchen.
The glass facade of this pharmacy building contrasts with the monastery complex architecture. It is a largely transparent building that can show people all preparation and activities inside. This building is also a part of the large-scale developments around and in the Koningsoord monastery area.
This house and its studio building are located on a wooded street near the historic center. Designed as a stately home, the house fits in the prominent place of the site. While the studio building has open roof construction made of wooden trusses and it can be used for multiple needs. The studio building and the main house can embrace the lush garden. This garden is designed by landscape architect Wirtz.
Nuenen House: A White-Painted Brick Facade with A Special Interior and Different Character of Spaces
Nuenen House is gas-free and all-electric, prepared architecturally to be self-sufficient. It has structural sustainability measures that have been detailed, including the grids and channels. These grids and channels for heat recovery are part of the fitted wardrobes and suspended ceiling.
Besix Dordrecht Offices: A New Construction of Head Office with A Rugged and Distinctive Construction
Besides the gas-free, this office also offers a lot of features to conserve and even generate energy. It is a true ‘smart building’ with sensors that monitor the light, air, and temperature in the building constantly. Energy storage, heat pumps, and solar panels are managed to the supply and demand on the electricity grid and weather forecasts by linking the sensor data. While the management and maintenance of the building are also linked to the smart systems too.