Architecture office Bureau Fraai used freestanding wooden volumes to organise the interior of this penthouse in the Netherlands, preserving panoramic views of the surroundings from within the living areas.
The 300-square-metre Panorama Penthouse occupies the upper floor of a former office building that was converted into a high-end residential development.
The penthouse has large open-plan living spaces
Bureau Fraai was asked to develop a proposal for the apartment’s interior that would optimise views through its glazed facades towards the sea on one side and the city on another.
“We believe the only way to experience the panoramic views at the fullest was by getting rid of walls obstructing the facades
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