Growing trend of interior architecture designs in Rotterdam

Interior architecture design is the design which is of a space that has been created by structural boundaries and the human interaction within these boundaries. These designs can be later redesign for a changed purpose, or a significantly revised design for adaptive reuse of the shell of the building. And when it comes to a place like Rotterdam, the interior architecture of this place will leave you spellbound.

There are so many Interior architectures in Rotterdam that will make you say Wow! OMA has recently built a Timmerhuis complex in Rotterdam that is a municipal office block. This building has the structure of glass and steel and this building is located in city centre. Then, there is a Ben van Berkel’ Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam that has the shape of a white pylon and the shape of this bridge resembles with swan.

The best use of latest technology can be seen in an industrial machine hall of Rotterdam. To make this building, architectures have used a huge robot and this 130 square meter building is constructed by it only. Interior architecture in Rotterdam also includes a stunning design built by a Mexican artist named as Santiago Borja who has built a thatched observatory on the roof of modernist house of Holland. Some interior architecture in Rotterdam is also planning to transform some abandoned buildings into homes that will have a modular kitchen and a bathroom block. This modular kitchen and bathroom unit can be inserted in abandoned building that will make it a home.

And when it comes to taking care of environment, best technology is used in building to clean the air also. An interior architecture, Daan Roosegaarde has installed the system of smog vacuum cleaner in a building that will clean the quality of air. Famous architects in Rotterdam like Paul De Ruiter and Chris Collaris has also built an energy neutral townhouse from a building that was initially used as private museum.

Surely, these Interior architecture designs will make you amaze once you visit these buildings.


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