This 17th century house received a complete remake in 1935: the façade winds up from left to right and was built with a 30’s joint.The original plaque above the entrance was the deciding factor to purchase the house, since the clients gave a strong connection and history with peat. All aspects of construction have been addressed: foundation, walls, stairs, floors and complete outfitting. The upper floors of the house are furnished as a living space. The ground floor is an atelier and workplace, where art is made and displayed. The ground floor was enlarged with a small new extension in the back.


Brief description: restauration of state monument
Address: Kerkstraat, Amsterdam
Principal: private
Contractor: Koninklijke Woudenberg BV
Year: 2014-2016
Photography: Debby Heilker-Lamerigts