Renaissance – Storytelling
The Renaissance hotel is located at a crossroads of two worlds. On one side you’ll find Schiphol Airport. On other side of the hotel lies the green oasis of Amsterdam: the ‘Amsterdamse Bos’. This large green forest, constructed in the 1930’s, became the starting point for the storytelling.
The storytelling of this Renaissance hotel is inspired by important Dutch features from the 1930’s. Three storylines that recur at different levels in the hotel result in a unique and meaningful experience. These three storylines are:
- The Amsterdamse Bos, built in the 1930’s;
- De Stijl, a Dutch art movement that influenced designers worldwide, with Piet Mondrian as the most famous artist, 1917 – 1931;
- The Amsterdam School, an expressionist architectural style that was popular in the period between 1910 – 1930.
attention to details
The themes come to life in all the layers of the design, from furniture to artwork. The signage, inspired by 1930s typography, guides the guests to their desired destination.
play with graphics
Striking line patterns and fascinating, graphic elements are used in wallpaper, headboards, art and tiles.
250 ROOMS3,500 M² GFA550 M² RESTAURANT & BAR350 M² MEETING SPACES480 M² PATIO150 PARKING SPACES
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