Next to the new cultural hotspot of Amsterdam, the Overhoeks terrain in the northern part of town where the new film museum, Paradiso, and luxury dwellings will rise, i29 rebuilt a house into an oasis of rest and simplicity. The existing space was totally stripped and a new interior of 150m2 was realized. In a clear concept, i29 strived for long sightlines and maximal spatial experience. The living floor has an open structure, with strategic placed openings to the several living areas. This geography makes the whole space perceptible. Two large sliding doors slide through the 10m wide house. A lowered volume, into where the sliding system is integrated, accentuates this width. The house can be divided into smaller, intimate spaces. A glass wall from floor to ceiling divides the open kitchen of the staircase, from where a wall of 6m high rises until the next floor.