A design for an urban apartment in cultural centre of Rotterdam.


The owner of the apartment has a busy life and wants his apartment therefor to have a light, open atmosphere, a place to relax and to come to ease.

This L-shaped apartment therefor has a minimal of materials and colours. In the main open space objects are put which define different places. These objects are placed so the sunlight can fall deep into the apartment.


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Plywood has been used as the combining factor. The floor becomes a layer above the kitchenblock, becomes a part of the built-in closet and turns up the wall to become a desk.


picture: Jeroen Musch


David Dooghe, 2o1o, Rotterdam, the Netherlands