Margot, Paul & their dog Janus live in this penthouse with a spectacular wide view over the city. Their penthouse is privately built on top of a 6-floor building, which was originally designed by the architect J.B. Ingwersen in 1961 and inspired by the Unité of Habitacion of the renowned French architect Corbusier. J.B. Ingwersen used to work for the well-known ´Bureau C. de Geus´. This building is also known as ’the Autopon Building’ since it was initially financed and constructed by ‘Pon Automobielen’, the Dutch importer of the Volkswagen automobile. As of today, the scale as well as the spot of the Autopon Building marks the borderline of the old city of Amsterdam and the neighbourhood ‘New West’. The architect Frank Brouwers planned a full-scale new layout, with structural changes & new divisions. He succeeded wonderfully in creating one home out of the former two segregate tenements, leaving all concrete ceilings authentic.