Netherlands-based i29 Architects have designed the interiors for a unique single-family apartment in Amsterdam. The two-storey residence has been converted from its original structure with staff space, long hallways, and lots of doors into a spacious and transparent living space. The modern apartment features a kitchen with laser-cut floor to ceiling front panels painted in white, creating a dynamic mixture of open and closed cabinets. An atrium along with an open staircase brings in plenty of natural light from the large roof area into the living space, while an aesthetically pleasing wall made of pinewood connects the two levels. Upstairs, the master bedroom is located next to a large bathroom with structured tiles from Patricia Urquola, glass and wooden cabinets. Check out the photos of this unique apartment above.