Collection by Edwin Nikkels

An Amsterdam Studio Apartment

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This is a series of photos with an impression of a 60m2 studio loft apartment on the edge of the city center in the Naval Heroes-district of Amsterdam. The goal was to create a maximum amount of luxury and comfort in a limited space, yet it had to be practical and masculine to create an inspiring, fully functional bachelor pad. Photography, interior design and styling by Edwin Nikkels.

The entrance hallway. To the right the Japanese symbols for the five elements: void, wind, fire, water and earth.
Kitchen with breakfast table for two. At the back the sleeping quarters, i.e. sleeping cabinet.
Kitchen cabinet with various vintage French bar and café paraphernalia.
Close-up: Kitchen cabinet with vintage Coca-Cola-sign.
Close-up: Recycled wine bottles with chrome poor spouts with cooking oil: one with Asian cooking oil, the other one...
View over Amsterdam rooftops at the rear of the apartment.
Sleeping cabinet with a double bed by Cargo and off-the-shelf white cotton linen.
Sleeping cabinet with a flat screen television at the foot of the bed.
Hallway to living room.
Close-up: Hallway to living room.
Hallway to living room.
Close-up: Hand carved Mandalay-style Buddha-statue, approximately mid-20th century Thailand.
Living room sitting area. Vintage sign by Coca-Cola, an antique travel trunk, and a ‘Splitback’ sofa bed by Innovation.
Close-up: Vintage Coca-Cola-sign, approximately early Close-up: Vintage Coca-Cola-sign, approximately early 90's.
Living room sitting area. Vintage sign by Coca-Cola, an antique travel trunk, and a ‘Splitback’ sofa bed by Innovation.
Close-up: Living room sitting area, with an antique travel trunk. Cow skin rug by DOM.
Hallway to bathroom area.
Close-up: Framed print by Terry Richardson.
Framed print by Terry Richardson.
Bathroom with Butterfly-chairs by DOM.
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