Posts Tagged ‘rotterdam’

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.

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.

McDonald’s restaurant by Mei Architects, Rotterdam – Netherlands

April 2nd, 2017

Unlike the old building, which was built against the wall of a historic post office building, the new fast-food restaurant stands in the centre of the pavement to make it look more like a pavilion. The majority of its exterior is glazed, providing views through the building.

Dsquared2 store by Storage Associati, Rotterdam – Netherlands

February 18th, 2017

The carefully chosen aesthetic effortlessly adapts to the given architecture, and presents a raw and contemporary backdrop of full height steel containers, neon lights, and metallic details, paired with exposed pillars, stained concrete floors and bare plastered walls.

Evides Waterbedrijf Office by DOEN, Rotterdam – The Netherlands

January 10th, 2017

DOEN made the design for this company which makes a turn to the new working mode where nobody has their own workplace. We made different “town squares” in the office to centralize the informal spaces and make a link to the squares in a town where people come together around the fountain, the central waterpoint in the town.

Polak Building by Paul de Ruiter Architects, Rotterdam – Netherlands

January 4th, 2017

The outfitting is playful and unconventional. The strip of wood separating the meeting area near the atrium from the walking routes is multifunctional. Along its length, this structure transitions from being part of the floor, to convenient seating, and even into functional work desks.

Robeco office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – The Netherlands

November 22nd, 2016



Connectivity & sustainability are key to the design of the workspaces. To create more connection between employees, Fokkema & Partners added comfortable open staircases to the building.

Nidera office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – Netherlands

June 17th, 2016

The public atrium contains the restaurant with its elongated bar in the centre where staff of different departments can work, meet and welcome guests.

OC&C Strategy Consultants office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – Netherlands

April 8th, 2016

The use of raw, pure and honest materials, simple line rhythms and special detailing on different scale levels reflect the attention to the history of the building (Timo Zwiers 1955) and its site without having an over-designed feel.

van Willegen Jewelry by WSB Interieurbouw, Rotterdam – Netherlands

December 5th, 2015

All impressions and wishes were presented to the interior designers of WSB. Repeatedly the sparring team of WSB put the jewellers couple with both feet on the ground by saying ‘’You are no five star hotels, you are a five star jewellery store‘’.

JvantSpijker Office, Rotterdam – Netherlands

November 11th, 2015



JvantSpijker’s renovated office includes a meeting room topped with an indoor garden

Engels Café, Bar & Restaurant by Studio Linse, Rotterdam – Netherlands

November 10th, 2015



Ever since Café-Restaurant Engels opened its doors, in the early nineteen fifties, it has been a house hold name for the people of Rotterdam.

Holy Smoke Bar & Restaurant by Studio Modijefsky, Rotterdam – Netherlands

November 2nd, 2015



As part of the transformation of Tiendplein carried out by the local government in Rotterdam, Studio Modijefsky has be invited to design the interior of Holy Smoke; a new Bar/Restaurant on the square that will help improve the image of the area.

The Student Hotel by …,staat, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hauge – Netehrlands

September 23rd, 2015

Supporting the bold and inspirational identity of The Student Hotel, a graphic – and second – layer was implemented portraying club-scene and street-art murals instead of traditional paintings. Also old illustrations from study books, graphic blow-ups and unexpected color statements were directly composed onto the walls offering a colorful contrast with the coarse concrete frames of the building.

‘What is The Netherlands?’ Exhibition by AMO at Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam – Netherlands

July 25th, 2015



Now at the halfway point of the six month long World Expo in Milan, in which 145 countries are participating in a concentration of national spectacle surrounding the theme of \”feeding the planet,\” Rotterdam\’s Nieuwe Instituut (HNI) — the centre for architecture in the Netherlands—is exhibiting an altogether more reflective display of national civic pride.

Sterk Werk Communication Group Office by SchilderScholte Architects, Rotterdam – Netherlands

May 16th, 2015

Communications office gets skyline of Rotterdam as interior

Bakkerswinkel Café by Piet Hein Eek, Rotterdam – Netherlands

April 2nd, 2015

Bakkerswinkel by Piet Hein Eek, Rotterdam – Netherlands

Gaastra Shop at Bijenkorf by Werkstatt65, Rotterdam – The Netherlands

December 14th, 2014

Real teak, steel and with the look and feel of brass combines with the form languages you find on a sailboat, we constructed a new and flexible shop system. It is unmistakably sailing so it is Gaastra.

The Future of Fashion is Now exhibition, Rotterdam – Netherlands

November 30th, 2014

Clothing, accessories, videos and installations tell a story about materiality and experience, the (re)definition of the human figure, new values and fashion activism in four settings within the 1500m2 exhibition space.

Zola fashion store by Judith van Mourik, Rotterdam – Netherlands

September 10th, 2014

Zola juxtaposes masculine and feminine elements. Exposed brickwork, timber and steel frames are used throughout in contrast to softer elements like pink curtains and copper light fittings.