From December 1st to 5th, Amsterdam-based design company Droog will resent their first house at Design Miami 2009. Commissioned by Amsterdam housing association Ymere and designed by Tokyo-based Atelier Bow-Wow, an understated façade conceals an extraordinary interior furnished with Droog products.
‘Imagined for a single, a contemporary family or as a VIP guesthouse, the one-of-a-kind layout is essentially a seamless flow of spaces, each with its own functionality merging with circulation space. Private rooms such as the master and optional guest bed, the bath, the balcony and a sound-proof refuse are amply separated by shared space, creating a unique combination of contact and independence, spaciousness and intimacy.
Eminent Droog products will animate an unassuming interior of light wooden floors and white walls. The house will feature the classic 1991 Ragchair and Milk bottle lamp by Tejo Remy, the Heat wave radiator by Joris Laarman and the Tile kitchen by Arnout Visser, Erik Jan Kwakkel, and Peter van der Jagt. The 180 square meter interior along with aspects of its layout can be customized.’
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