Luxurious Restaurant’s Room Design by Studio Piet Boon
Luxurious restaurantshave been designed by the bespoke Studio Piet Boon as a total concept approach seamlessly blends exterior, interior, styling and product design skills with each project’s context, culture and environment, exceeding expectations and delivering outstanding quality on a global scale.
Restaurant De Tropen
They chose to enrich and enlarge the restaurant experience keeping with the rich history of the building.
The quiet furniture set up and variation in seating heights of the fixed furniture provide the space with a subtle dynamic. Building a bridge between the past and the present and incorporating the rich history of the Royal Tropical Institute, they provided the interior design of De Tropen with a large and centrally positioned dark green marble bar, filled with various impressive artifacts originating from the museum’s rich archive. The large terrace acts as an extension of the restaurant and entices visitors to explore the Tropical museum.
Two years ago, chef Annemiek Wils and Studio Piet Boon created a local dining experience with global allure in Oudewater’s most beautiful building: the historic Arminiushuis. Studio Piet Boon was responsible for the interior design and styling of the Arminiushuis and transformed it into the luxurious restaurant HEX.
Through the design, the studio succeeded in making a link between the present and the past. The historic elements of the Arminiushuis were taken into account here and its natural beauty was restored. In the kitchen, chef Wils takes inspiration from worldwide flavors, prepared using local products.
For the interior design, we took inspiration from historic Oudewater along with the stylistic characteristics of the seventeenth century. So the interior includes some special details: the natural onyx stone table tops are a nod to the ashtrays of the old interior and, at the front, the hexagonal tables refer to Oudewater’s famous witches’ weigh house and the name of the restaurant.
The use of color in the interior is an interpretation of the yellow-gold-tone that has its origins in seventeenth-century paintings and the local rope industry. By painting the walls in a subtle shade, the studio has succeeded in creating an intimate atmosphere.
Michelin-star chef Sergio Herman and chef Nick Bril created their “fine dining meets rock ’n roll” restaurant vision together with Piet Boon.
Based on our belief in authenticity, functionality and materials that ‘age beautifully’ we chose to restore only the highly necessary in the chapel and hence preserve the rest. The original ceiling amongst others conveys the pure, understated and respectful environment that serves as the authentic host for the ultimate fine dining experience. The original altar gave way to the kitchen that – just like the atelier – is embraced by glass, like a modern shrine. It allows guests to witness everything the team creates for them.
Restaurant De Kas
Situated in the stately Frankendael Park lies restaurant De Kas: an old municipal nursery greenhouse transformed into a fine dining experience with annex nursery where local produce and the enjoyment of honest fresh food is key. Appointed by renowned former Michelin-star chef Gert-Jan Hageman to help him realize his dream of a glasshouse restaurant that evolves around its own farmland, we set out to create a contemporary restaurant design that would rebuild and restore an old municipal nursery greenhouse back to its former glory and give it a new purpose.
Keeping with Gert-Jan’s deep-rooted passion for local produce and honest fresh food, we chose to work with natural materials, clean lines, position an open kitchen in the heart of this modern restaurant and incorporate an annex nursery in the interior design.
Golf Club The International Amsterdam
Studio Piet Boon was tasked with the interior design of “The International” – a championship golf course designed by top golfer Ian Woosnam.
Our interior design concept for The International was based on the idea of a ‘Gentlemen’s Club’. A concept that is best described as ‘modern, minimalistic and timeless – with a touch of fun’. In creating a balanced color palette and overall look and feel, they opted to use the same stone in different finishings for both the exterior walls and the flooring of the interior.
We were able to create the desired homely atmosphere with the natural materials used, the herringbone floor, tin ceiling wallpaper and by carefully selecting and arranging design furniture throughout all the spaces of the clubhouse. All the interior layouts were designed to enjoy the beautiful exterior.
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