Framework Studio plays with the complexity of nonchalance. This residential project in Amsterdam enjoyed a small renovation that brings out the best the house has to offer. With the client's freedom, confidence and budget, the team was able to create a design in which wood, textures and decoration flourish.
The Dutchman and business manager of Framework Studio, Thomas Geerlings, exudes an enormous passion for what he does and thus manages to convince partners and clients of his projects as well. He therefore cites his employees' satisfaction and the number of returning clients as the most important indicators of the successful company. We would like to take you to one of their finest projects, called House T.T. Located in Amsterdam, the house was designed by Framework Studio for a bicycle-loving owner. The interior, from the display cases to the floor, is made of hard wood, occasionally decorated with marble texture, and the owner's simple living concept is reflected in the details. Complemented by a fairly classic palette consisting of oak, marble and plaster goes hand in hand with the nature of the property while creating a contemporary feel
In terms of colours, we see mostly brown tones, nicely interspersed with the marble in the kitchen. An important source of inspiration for the interior design studio were the archive drawings of the building. Keeping these in mind, they merged their own vision with the original architecture.
Frameworks own vision is merged with the original architecture
An innovative element that immediately catches the eye is the combination of the sofa and the dining table. Moreover, the carefully selected decoration and art create a fun and interesting vibe that guarantees an enjoyable experience. The relaxed atmosphere that dominates the entire house is worked out to the last detail, and we love that. Craftsmanship is at the heart of what Framework Studio stands for. 'It is important for us to keep craftsmanship alive to bring emotion and quality to projects; to bring a personal touch and explore the intrinsic value of materials by treating and crafting them,' we hear from case manager Thomas Geerlings.
Want to see more of this project? Then you can via our coffee table book PURE II by Imagicasa.
Photography by Cafeine