Heineken The City by Tjep

To create Heineken’s first shop, Tjep decides to pour furniture into the six monumental building located in the heart of Amsterdam, as if they were filling a cold fresh glass of extra cold Heineken. This concept translates into displays that evolve seamlessly from the floors to the walls and ceilings in abstract dynamic wave movements. The idea of coldness is consequently applied through the whole shop design. When you come into the shop you feel a cool breeze coming from the logo written Read more […]
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Amaison Amsterdam by Concrete

In developing Amaison, Maison van den Boer’s new delicatessen, Concrete went back to the company’s origins, in which the emphasis was on the fundamentals of food. Concrete took a literal interpretation of the essence of Maison van de Boer: being at home in Grandma’s kitchen, preparing traditional meals of watching as they are made, tasting them and taking them home. The design that issued from this interpretation is a house-shaped building block, the core of every element of the Amaison Read more […]
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Tenue de Nīmes Boutique by Anothercompany

Tenue de Nīmes opened a brand new Denim Inspired Boutique in the centre or Amsterdam, trusting in the aesthetics of Anothercompany to design the conept of the store. Tenue de Nīmes represent a natural blend of carefully selected items which all shall embellish life, reason why the boutique is a raw, unprocessed, downtown shop with fashionable items with denim as an initial concept. Everything between the walls of the denim boutique are interconnected and have an underlying connection with Read more […]
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Studio Aandacht’s Multifunctional Studio/Living/Playing/Space

Studio Aandacht is an agency for “commercial culture”. Their field of work stretches from advertising agency’s, publishers, manufacturers to museums. They operate from this multifunctional studio/living/playing/space in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Photos by Hans van Brakel Via the style files Read more […]
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VIP Center by Concrete

Royal lounge, with furniture by Hella Jongerius and Studio Job. Dutch architectural company Concrete, designed the interior of the VIP Center at Schiphol International Airport. In the design of the the VIP Center, Concrete decided to contribute to the cultural environment by exposing historic and contemporary art. Objects used in the design are exclusively designed by contemporary Dutch artists. At the same time, when you visit the VIP Center you should get to know the typical Dutch mentality: Read more […]
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