Minimalism by the sea

Posted on Mon, 10 Oct 2022 by midcenturyjo

“We like to listen first to the environment, both spatially and culturally we try to grasp the existing soul and history. We like to weave traces of this past into a new place or building, architecture that tells a story, as it were.”

Not your typical renovation of a traditional Dutch seaside home.Open plan, clean-lined and minimal with an emphasis on a warm homely feel and harmony in natural materials. Zeeverblijf by AIDarchitecten.

Photography by Thomas De Bruyne

Jazz says:


I am very interested in the Table. Can you help me find it?

Very much appreciated.
Thank you,

midcenturyjo says:

I’ve searched through all the architect’s social media, press and website and they never say when asked by others. I have a feeling it is custom.

Maria says:

It’s a table en form libre by Charlotte Periand.
You can find it at Cassina 🙂


I would love to know where I could buy the blue table of the 2nd picture. Love it.
Which material is it?
Thank you so much.

midcenturyjo says:

The answer is in the comment above yours.

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