Contrasts in Harmony
Divided up by cornices, bay windows and balconies with fine, galvanized railings is the facade of the historic building dating from the Wilhelminian period that rises from its slightly recessed position behind a green front garden and still radiates the love for generous proportions and beauty of those who built it.
A discreet colour design provides contrast and emphasis for the impressive entrance area with its stucco decorations and the artistic lead glass windows of the staircases. Casement-type double windows, double doors and parquet flooring meet modern bathrooms and contemporary purism. It is this mixture of modernity and selective historical details that blend into one stylish whole – allowing room to breathe, spread out and write your new stories.