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MARC Architects, based in Amsterdam in The Netherlands, completed designing and constructing a magnificent villa in Amsterdam called “Villa S2”.
The villa is a single family home in the historic city centre, and with high ceilings throughout, there is an exquisite connection between the interior with the exterior landscape – set by the water.
With such seamless materials used, wooden cladding etc, it is hard to find anything wrong with this family home.
I think the interior of this property is casual and flowing throughout the build.
With a modern, seamless staircase, you will struggle to find any reason not to live in this beautiful house.
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