The renovation project of this duplex apartment in Amsterdam, the Netherlands by Japanese studio Mamm Design opened up the space to allow maximum sunlight to spread all over the home.
Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht Hotel, located between two major canals in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, distinguishes itself by its whimsical and operatic interiors.
Designer Marcel Wanders, who has been dubbed the “Lady Gaga of Design”, brought a quirky aesthetic to the interior design that lightens the mood of this sophisticated hotel.
Het Arresthuis Hotel in Roermond, the Netherlands has an interesting history which dates back to 1862 when it was a prison. The jail had been abandoned for years and was finally closed in 2007.
Dutch hotel group Van der Valk then took over and transformed the 105 prison cells into a 40-room luxury boutique hotel. There are 36 rooms and 4 suites named Director Suite, Warden Suite, Lawyer Suite and Judge Suite.
Converting old churches into modern homes in the Netherlands has become quite a trend. This beautiful minimalist home in Utrecht designed by Zecc Architecten creates a contrast with the original shapes of the chapel.
Monumental Coach House in Breukelen, Netherlands dates back to 1760. This former stable was converted into a modern home by Zecc Architecten, in collaboration with BYTR.
The interior of the newly renovated coach house is made entirely of solid oak. A wooden switchback staircase is the focal point of the house.