Posts Tagged ‘netherlands’

Werkzaak Rivierenland by Fokkema & Partners, Geldermalsen – Netherlands

November 21st, 2017

With the new build the former obscure workshop hall is transformed into a flagship office, meeting centre, restaurant and social workshop for the community-oriented organisation.

Dutch Design Week 2017, Eindhoven – Netherlands

November 16th, 2017

Taking place in an abandoned department store, the surreal atmosphere is achieved by layering translucent plastics, colourful fabrics and iridescent material on the raw industrial concrete.

Da Portare VIA restaurant by Studio Modijefsky, Utrecht – Netherlands

September 25th, 2017

As a nod to VIA’s Italian component, various types of marble, mirror panels and walnut wood appear in the interior design. Playful accents, which were derived from the shape of the logo (diamond or half triangle) to create a strong sense of identity in the interior, are interspersed throughout the space and used to combine materials and integrate signage.

Wyers bar restaurant by Studio Modijefsky, Amsterdam – Netherlands

August 18th, 2017


The interior is finished with a dark wooden floor laid in a weaving pattern, which continues down to a lower level where the bathrooms are situated.

Kimpton DeWitt Hotel by Studio Modijefsky, Amsterdam – Netherlands

August 16th, 2017


It was very important to have a local firm design the restaurant. There are culture-specific dining nuances, and restaurant and bar concepts come and go so quickly.

Ace & Tate by OS & OOS, Eindhoven – Netherlands

August 9th, 2017


OS & OOS dismissed bland carpets and tiles reminiscent of medical examination rooms in favour of raw concrete in line with Eindhoven’s historical architecture style.

Atlassian Offices by OIII architecten, Amsterdam – Netherlands

August 8th, 2017


The reference point in Amsterdam was found in the immediate vicinity. The scale of the rear view of the houses opposite the inner courtyard was carried through in the interior design.

LINKIT Office by VOID interieurarchitectuur, Utrecht – Netherlands

July 29th, 2017

The ground floor has brainstorming spots, a lunch area, bar, playroom and various informal consultation places. We have connected these functions through a catwalk that runs from front to back across the floor. The new corporate identity of LINKIT became the guide to the décor and is clearly reflected in the pronounced color use.

Hyatt Regency Amsterdam with Hakwood flooring, Amsterdam – Netherlands

July 2nd, 2017

The bespoke Hakwood herringbone pattern graces the floor of the lobby and is mirrored along the ceiling, embracing the bar between the dynamic patterned wooden finishes. A living green wall with tropical plants connects the entrance to the patio in the rear, blurring the distinction between the inside and outside spaces.

DJ City Breda Popup store by studiomfd, Breda – Netherlands

June 25th, 2017

Studio MFD created the unique Breda DJ Pop Up Store to celebrate the worldwide success of these local DJs. Selling exclusive merchandise, books, music and bags, the environment imitated a dance festival atmosphere to entice crowds, extend dwell time and increase sales.

Willem II Passage by Civic Architects, Tilburg – Netherlands

June 24th, 2017

Together with Van Tetterode Glass Studio and Philips Lighting a glass brick façade which combines strength with elegant sophistication was developed. Approximately thirty thousand LED lights are integrated in the wall. LUSTlab created a unique algorithm for this application, which controls the LED lighting at pixel level:

Yellowtail Office by DZAP, Naarden – Netherlands

June 18th, 2017

Values such as innovative, stylish, warm, flexible, fresh, inviting and fun were the starting point for the design. In combination with their brand-color yellow it became a loud and clear recognisable office of Yellowtail.

Bierboutque by De Horeca Fabriek, Rotterdam – Netherlands

June 16th, 2017

This is the Beerboutique. Gold walls, velvet upholstered chairs, black and white tiles and a glossy dark green bar with high round black crutches. The dark green back bar with glass cabinet jumps immediately upon entry into the eye.

Da Portare VIA by Studio Modijefsky, Zwolle – Netherlands

June 13th, 2017

To emphasize the height of the ceilings, special large frames, angled forward, were created to decorate the walls. Some have been used to frame the pizza menu, bar menu and VIA logo and are an enhanced with the addition of indirect light and VIA’s bright yellow color. Lighting plays a leading role in the design of the interior.

Zoover Office by D/DOCK, Amsterdam – Netherlands

June 8th, 2017

Those who enter the office can immediately feel the passion of the organization: travel, the weather and the community. The result is a work environment in which the traditional office floor is eliminated, where you are motivated to make a journey through the office.

DENHAM store by Jason Denham and in-house design team, Utrecht – Netherlands

June 4th, 2017

The iconic DENHAM scissor logo — a symbol of quality and craftsmanship — also appears throughout the interiors. Traditional tailors’ scissors have been repainted in high-gloss white and brass finishes, and bolted to the walls to act as hangers.

Esprit pop-up store by Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, Amsterdam – Netherlands

May 9th, 2017

The airy space in the heart of Amsterdam’s 19th-century industrial area is filled with colour and light, referencing the bright days of summer which complement the collection.

Municipality Offices by Crielaers & Company, Hollands Kroon – Netherlands

April 18th, 2017

The interior design has provided three different types of work areas: landing spaces, team spaces and individual spaces. “Now that everything is in place, we feel that the interior fits us like a glove.”

Oasis of light by Wink, Utrecht – Netherlands

April 7th, 2017

WINK created a serene oasis of light to stimulate the way to key locations as McDonald’s and MediaMarkt. Existing light tubes were placed in a V-line, making it work in two directions.

NautaDutilh office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – Netherlands

April 7th, 2017

The use of robust, warm and natural materials in addition to the single glazed partitions attributes to achieving a surprisingly homely and exceptionally comfortable atmosphere. On the office floors, building cores are decorated with oak lamella. The rhythmic design approach further includes the entrance desk, room numbers, the signing and cabinet handles.