NEVER TOO SMALL: Architects’ Tiny Loft Amsterdam 49sqm/527sqft

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Located inside a former public housing block in the quiet but central neighborhood of Spaarndammer in Amsterdam, Tiny Loft is home to owner/architects Peter Canisius and Eline Degenaar of Studio Canisius Degenaar. Key to the overall design was to connect the attic storage, previously only accessible by a common exterior staircase, to the rest of the apartment by way of an internal staircase and changing the storage into the bedroom. The internal staircase is housed inside a central floor-to-ceiling oak veneer storage wall, which also extends into the bedroom forming the balustrade with integrated shelves. The storage wall consists of plenty of closed as well as open storage spaces on the edges, accessible from multiple sides. The new kitchen was shifted out to the open space which includes a combined dining room, freeing up space to transform the old kitchen space into an office. Living, sleeping, cooking and working are now all situated close to window openings, making these spaces feel light and airy.

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Music: Expand by Michael Vignola

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Creator: Colin Chee
Director: Nam Tran
Cinematographer: Rem Berger
Producer: Lindsay Barnard
Editor: Jessica Ruasol


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