Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Brouwersgracht Loft.

Located in the center of Amsterdam, the Brouwersgracht Loft is a great example of a well executed minimalistic transformation of a historic warehouse space. Designed by Remco Wilcke of CUBE Architecten and Marloes van Heteren of SOLUZ Architecture, this first floor warehouse transformation's focal point has got to be the translucent-glass bathroom wall...
The bathroom is the central element in the house situated at the intersection of public and private. The rounded translucent bathroom-wall consists of nearly 1.000 very special glass blocks and acts as a subtle light-object at night next to the dining table. They actually are IKEA vases that are painted white from the inside, and glued together with transparent glue.

via coolboom

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