Serge Schoemaker Architects redesigned the Utrecht Townhouse in The Netherlands -- turning the original structure built in the early 1900s into a modern and desirable family home.
Placed directly on the waterfront, this home now has large windows that offer views of the surrounding nature. The neoclassical home has four floors, with a living room taking up the entirety of the first floor. By redefining the floor plan, the design team turned a broken-up space into a modern area that flows from room to room. The new elegant interior design has a loft-like feel, with exposed wooden beams and raw flooring.
The high-end finishes mixed with the authentic details make the new Utrecht Townhouse one-of-a-kind.
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