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    50SQM |  2019

    One-bedroom hotel

    With a great affinity for rare industrial buildings, we proudly took the opportunity to design the interior for single-suite hotel Von Dice.
    Von Dice is built in an iconic concrete former sludge return puping station to purify water for the city of Amsterdam.

    The unique, bunker-like building is 21 meters tall with a width varying from 2,8 to only 1,3 meters.
    The interior contrasts the rough, ragged concrete building with it's soft yet bold identity.
    Due to it’s shape the different rooms are connected by cast staircases that branch out from the bedroom.
    Von Dice is designed with sustainability at heart:
    - Old steel grids serve as sun blinds to the glass roof
    - Layers of natural clay plaster cover the walls, and
    - Dutch oak is used for the timber finishings
    The redevelopment of this purification station proofs a great love for ‘recycling’ and monumental heritage.

    Repurposing with a purpose!



    LEbo vastgoed

    one for all

    Met is a new boutique hotel located in Amsterdam New-West. Met stand for 'metropolitan' and everything that is different.
    Met hotel is committed to diversity and inlusion, and welcome everyone from locals to tourists.
    Met's interior design reflects the neighborhoods diversity with it's eye for detail, pacterend wall and colorful appearance.



    Teo Krijgsman
    Hotel Arena


    Hotel Arena is located in Amsterdam’s major public park Oosterpark, within a listed building dating back to 1886. Once a Catholic orphanage, then a municipal sleep-in and eventually a youth and culture centre, Hotel Arena was re-opened as a 3-starred hospitality destination in 2002. Over the years it transformed into a 4-star hotel, undergoing its final renovation in 2017, including a new wing with additional rooms, an event venue in the restored chapel and an integration of two pavilions. The entrance was moved park-side to benefit from the hotel’s lush location within the city park.

    In collaboration with Team V Architecture, we welcomed nature in to design the new spaces. Each area brings the outside in with a warm and natural material palette, complemented by sustainably sourced furniture. Open layouts, plenty of daylight and a greenery transform Hotel Arena into the extension of Oosterpark. One of the major challenges was to preserve the characteristics of the historical building and connect them with the new spaces. We kept the original elements clean and white to showcase the monumental architecture, while giving the new areas a timeless and cozy quality with accent touches like a fireplace or vintage furniture.

    The Park cafe-restaurant, housed in one of the new pavilions, is an organic continuation of the park-side entrance. Here nature and urban dwelling seamlessly blend to offer Amsterdammers and visitors alike an escape from city bustle. The outer glass walls remove the indoor-outdoor boundary and give the space an airy quality. Earthy tones of timber and leather are contrasted with concrete and smokey-blue velvet furnishings to create an eclectic urban vibe.

    Upon entering, a free-hanging fireplace frames the lounge area to create a convivial welcome. The island bar leads into the dining experience, complete with a prepping counter and a wine display at the back. A wooden floor elevation and a grid of reinforced steel over a timber ceiling intuitively call out the dining area within the space. The cocktail zone around the bar transitions towards greenhouses framed by a series of green trellises, where guests can dwell, work and replenish. During the day Park is a relaxing sanctuary in the heart of the city. At night it’s a vibrant hotspot, beaming with energy and light in the midst of Oosterpark.



    2000SQM |  2018
    Today's Brew


    Persijn Juniper&Kin, boardrooms & hotellobby

    With the interior design of the QO Amsterdam, we want to prove that sustainable is beautiful. You don’t need to sacrifice comfort or aesthetic pleasure to contribute to a better world. At every step of the QO experience, we celebrate the brand’s ethos of sustainable luxury.

    For us, sustainable luxury lives and evolves with its surroundings. It’s always in dialogue with nature and in tune with the senses. That’s why we chose to stage the austere building as the canvas for the experience and use the interior as a “jewel” that adorns it. The building’s authentic structure and materials take the spotlight, amplified by a natural and tactile interior palette. A round shape language and abundant natural light infuse the space with a sense of relaxation and well-being.

    The hotel has a rooftop greenhouse for fresh ingredients in the QO kitchens. We re-interpreted this feature into a greenhouse-style framework that becomes a storytelling thread throughout the hotel. The lightweight structure visually links the different floors, defines zones without the use of heavy partitions and brings the daylight in.

    Each floor and experience has its own nature-inspired colour scheme to set a distinct mood and intuitively guide the guest. Persijn, the Dutch eatery on the ground floor, features a palette of brown, green and ocher, reminiscent of grain fields. The mezzanine reception celebrates the sensorial opulence of Dutch flower fields. The meeting rooms on the first floor evoke Dutch waters with a cool palette of blues and greys. The rooftop bar Juniper & Kin immerses the guests in the intense tones of a starry night - a perfect pairing for the breathtaking view.

    The layout of the space takes after an informal social room with many ways to meet and interact: from enjoying a drink at the bar to lounging on the sofas. The reception island, accessible from all sides, suggests an open and friendly welcome.

    All these elements come together into a living, breathing space that syncs with the building and flow of the day, embodying the philosophy behind sustainable luxury.