Studio Modijefsky favours clean lines in renovation of Dutch dyke house

Amsterdam interior design firm Studio Modijefsky has created a contemporary family home inside of a local dijkhuis – a traditional Dutch dwelling set next to a dyke.

Located in the north of Amsterdam, the house was originally built for a middle-class family in the 1800s. But the building suffered substantial fire damage while serving as a kindergarten in the 1980s and had to be completely rebuilt in the same style.

Home Dijkhuis is a renovated dyke house in Amsterdam

Studio Modijefsky was asked by the new owners to create an interior that would respect the building’s heritage while introducing modern touches.

Spread across 260 square metres, the home features an

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