Frederik Roijé renovated and designed the interior of an 80 square meter city apartment in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The entire interior design has been reduced to the essence of lines, surfaces and volumes. The signature of Frederik Roijé is present in the entire apartment, and recognizable by its simplicity and functionality. The applied materials contribute to the high quality appearance of the home, and provide it with a timeless character.
In the design of the appartement different cabinets and storage units are integrated. As a contrast to the oak cupboards, the kitchen is equipped with a cooking island made of blasted stainless steel.
The steel and glass facade is extended over the full width of the apartment, and makes the garden an extension of the living space.
The use of glass walls give the apartment clear lines of sight and maximize the spatial experience. Moreover, this provides each room with daylight. The coherence of the different living spaces is magnified by using one floor material for the entire home; oak wood.
Art: Logan Hicks courtesy of Vroom & Varossieau Urban Contemporary Art