As far as garages go, this one was pretty standard. At the base of a 1930s building in Amsterdam, the car park—formerly a hardware store—came with oil-stained concrete floors, fluorescent lighting, and reflective tape discouraging drivers from scraping the hefty pillars. Not exactly the makings of a warm and inviting family home, but Bart van Seggelen and Valérie Boerma, interior architects and founders of the design firm Barde + vanVoltt, thought differently.
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