Interiors studio Barde vanVoltt has renovated this early 1900s house in the Dutch city of Haarlem to forge a strong connection between the building’s past and present, grounding the space with warm woods and tactile textures.
The owners – a young family of four – wanted a home that would stand the test of time while telling Dutch practice Barde vanVoltt to “surprise us”.
Barde vanVoltt had overhauled an early 20th-century house in Haarlem
In answer, the studio worked to create an interior that fuses the past and the present.
“Stepping into this house is a journey through time, a reminder that architecture is a dialogue between generations,” the studio told
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