An Amsterdam loft is the latest project I just finalised. As you may know I am, besides an interior-design blogger, also a 3D Artist. My blog actually helps me make sense of all the trends and hypes in interior-land. So that I can create my 3D Artist Impressions with added creativity and informed interior design choices.

This Amsterdam Loft, with an unheard of 610 square metres, used to be an art gallery smack in the centre of Amsterdam. The owner, who is an artist himself, decided to transform the gallery into a loft. And that’s where I came in: I was asked to create a bunch of Artist Impressions as a marketing tool. The pitch was to create visuals with a cool interior for young and succesful creatives. Inspired by all the blogs I follow, this was a piece of cake. Moreover as the space itself is so awe-inspiringly beautiful with its large spaces and incredibly high ceilings.

You can see more of my Artist Impressions here and here.

So, if you are interested in a gorgeous pied-a-terre in the great city of Amsterdam, here’s the real-estate agent’s website: Broersma Makelaardij, Amsterdam

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

Amsterdam Loft

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