I spotted this home on MocoLoco and then again on Dezeen, but I had to share it here because it's SO FREAKING RAD. Home 07 is a new single-family apartment in Amsterdam designed by i29, a Dutch interior architecture firm.
My favorite thing about this space is the laser-cut holes in the kitchen and throughout the rest of the apartment. I love how they open up the interior, making it feel larger while providing visual interest in an otherwise extremely minimal space.
The use of Konstantin Grcic's Chair One in the dining area is spot on, too. (Blu Dot's Real Good Chair would have functioned well in this space also, providing a nice pop of color. Though the airy quality of the Chair One definitely echoes the design of the walls to a T.)
Speaking of color, that is my only complaint about this space. The minimal white/black/pine wood motif provides for striking photos, but I feel that in order to make this space livable, it definitely needs some color. I'm thinking a few of Jaime Gili's over-sized paintings would do the trick. What do you think?
I'd love to hear your thoughts on Home 07. Holes: yay or nay? Too minimal? If you're in favor of more color, how would you implement it into this space?
See more: www.i29.nl
More pics after the jump!
[Images via: MocoLoco]