In this Amsterdam Penthouse, you’ll find a unique place, that stands out from everything we have ever seen. Take a closer look!
Job Smeets is an interior designer that is a close friends of the owners of this amazing penthouse. And he did a unique job, that is for sure! See it for yourself!
Job Smeets is the founder of Studio Job, that is located in the Dutch City of Tilburg, in 1998. And in all of his project there’s a childish touch that doesn’t go out of style.
If you think about unique design, unique ideas, Job Smeets is the answer! Imagine a punching bag that appears to be made of red brick, and a table lamp that stimulates a half-peeled banana, you can find that here.
It is impossible not to love this weird, yet outstanding design. Color, textures, paintings, decor, everything was done right and in the right space.
Vitkor and Rolf are partners in fashion, they have a fashion house in Amsterdam and everyone knows them for surrealistic haute couture. According to Smeets, he says that ““What they do in fashion, I do in design.” And that is perfectly clear here!
Brandon O’Dell is Smeets husband and he says that Smeets and Snoeren are “cosmic brothers”. They were born in the same day in the same year, and grew up only about 12 miles apart and likely crossed paths at Efteling.
UNIQUE INTERIOR DESIGN
In this colorful penthouse, every element from checkerboard-pattern glass panels to the button-tufted daybed has the magic hand of Smeets.
One this amazing Amsterdam Penthouse had everything, Snoeren said that “It is a celebration of our friendship”.
Pay attention to every single detail of this house, because every single one is worth it.
It has all the sense of a small wonderland, it looks like a fantasy home, but its real and its Snoeren dream come true.
The living area’s gas fireplace has a gaping bronze mouth, flames flickering behind bared teeth. A built-in cabinet resembles a grinning robot face, and, à la Studio Job’s punching bag, the kitchen appears has cartoon brick.
O’Dell got the comfort and softness he desired, but he remembers that as the project progressed, “there were a few moments of ‘Oh, my,’ to be very honest.” The primary bath, on the other hand, is a seemingly message-free shade of salmon.