A Tree Grows in Amsterdam

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By Allie Weiss
A tiny Dutch juice shop by Standard Studio gives plant life serious real estate.
Many of Amsterdam's historic canal houses grow vibrant indoor gardens. Standard Studio wanted to create a similar feeling in a space that could be enjoyed by the public. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

Many of Amsterdam's historic canal houses grow vibrant indoor gardens. Standard Studio wanted to create a similar feeling in a space that could be enjoyed by the public. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

In the basement, the tree rests in a bucket of fertile soil and is connected to irrigation. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

In the basement, the tree rests in a bucket of fertile soil and is connected to irrigation. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

Designed by Standard Studio, the graphic store uses a palette of black and pink powder-coated metal and diagonally aligned wood slats. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

Designed by Standard Studio, the graphic store uses a palette of black and pink powder-coated metal and diagonally aligned wood slats. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

Suspended shelves made of wood planks display organic ingredients. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

Suspended shelves made of wood planks display organic ingredients. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

A close-up of the wood detailing. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

A close-up of the wood detailing. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

In Amsterdam's Nine Streets neighborhood, the roughly 250-square-foot shop of Cold Pressed Juicery showcases a vibrant tree in the middle of the space. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

In Amsterdam's Nine Streets neighborhood, the roughly 250-square-foot shop of Cold Pressed Juicery showcases a vibrant tree in the middle of the space. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

Build in Amsterdam is responsible for the shop's graphic identity. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.

Build in Amsterdam is responsible for the shop's graphic identity. Photo by Wouter van der Sar.