Goregous open space with a second light, special light distribution, impressively large windows and a magnificent brick exterior – it is immediately clear that this loft in Amsterdam is located in a very unusual building. Indeed, in the past there was a school here, but a few years ago the house was converted into residential apartments. It is interesting that the open living room with kitchen and dining area is designed on the main lower level, while the bedrooms, including a couple of children’s rooms, are placed upstairs – and all the windows overlook the living room. Stylish modern design with touch of history!
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