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Home Tour | De Hooch by Framework Studio

The apartment features open-plan, light-filled living spaces. A handmade plant fibre pendant light by Pinch is pictured above the dining table. 

Nestled in Amsterdam’s vibrant Museum neighbourhood, Framework Studio have crafted an apartment for a young family of three characterised by sinuous forms, authentic materials and elements of surprise.

‘De Hooch’ is situated within an innovative residential building conceived by MVSA Architects, marked by its dark rounded facade and verdant balconies. Drawing inspiration from this distinctive setting, Framework Studio have created an interior with curved walls and strong nods to the leafy streets beyond.

In the kitchen, swirling hues of green and blue marble grace the kitchen countertops, while a bespoke bronze rangehood adds a touch of opulence.

The Vision

Framework Studio senior designer Francesca Finotti describes the clients as “a dynamic couple with a young child who love exploring the world and immersing themselves in different cultures.” Hence, integrating eclectic and unexpected elements became integral to the interior vision.

The base palette, featuring light-washed chevron floorboards, pristine white walls and muted oak timber veneers, serves as a canvas for these more striking components. Swirling hues of green and blue marble grace the kitchen countertops, contrasted by a striking bespoke bronze rangehood. Custom black and white marble tiles welcome guests in the entryway, setting a sophisticated tone from the moment one steps inside. A curved fireplace in the living room serves as both a focal point and a thoughtful gesture to the surrounding architecture.

Space Spotlight: The Living Room

The living room emerges as a haven within the home, as illustrated by the cream-coloured Edra sofa and the warmth of the leather Karakter Scarpa 925 chair. Steel-framed doors connect the space with the bustling neighbourhood below, while sheer curtains provide a veil of privacy and allow gentle natural light to permeate the space.

Edra Standard Sofa
Karakter Scarpa 925

In the living room, a cream-coloured Edra Standard sofa embraces a collection of vintage and custom pieces. A curved fireplace serves as both a focal point and a thoughtful gesture to the surrounding architecture.

The custom black and white marble tiles in the entryway exude elegance.

Bespoke storage elements enhances the home’s functionality.

The powder room echoes the distinctive tones of the kitchen.

In the kid’s room, pastel hues meet deep green tones, creating an inviting and playful atmosphere.

MVSA Architects’ building is marked by its dark rounded facade with verdant balconies.

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