i29 enlivens 17th-century canal house in Amsterdam with pops of colour

Bursts of blue and green appear inside this centuries-old canal house in Amsterdam that has been renovated by local architecture studio i29.

i29 worked alongside a team of specialists for more than two years to revive the three-floor home, which had been severely neglected since its construction in 1675.

It now features a sequence of bright, white-painted living spaces with colourful interventions that the studio hopes will bring an “unexpected” quality to the interior.

The house dates back to 1675

The ground floor of the house accommodates the kitchen, which has a long oak wood counter running down its centre.

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