Interior design for the club house of (championship golf course) The International
Piet Boon® Studio was selected for the interior design of the club house for The International, a championship golf course designed by top golfer Ian Woosnam. The building, made of glass, steel and natural stone, is an astonishing design from Mecanoo Architects. This very modern club house measuring 2000 m2, contains next to the restaurant, luxurious changing rooms, a gym, meeting rooms, lounges and several terraces. The interior design concept from Piet Boon® Studio can be described as modern, minimalistic and timeless with a touch of fun.
Karin and the Piet Boon® Styling team created a homey atmosphere in The International’s club house by selecting and carefully arranging the furniture in the restaurant, on the terraces and in the other spaces. The team also not only selected, sourced, but also created accessories and pieces of art. Some key art elements selected in the styling include the breathtaking dominant art piece by Klaas Gubbel of a rusty coloured man-sized coffeepot and an eye-catcher, the gold torso by Judith Wiersema.
At 404 Park Avenue South, an extra-ordinary new loft condominium building is rapidly emerging. ‘Huys’ – Dutch for ‘House’ and named after New York's first City Hall ‘Stadt Huys’ – is the epitome of Piet Boon® design: simple sophistication and superior quality. www.huys-nyc.com CONDOMINIUMS FOR SALE
A total concept has been created for Huys, from exterior design with respectful yet dynamic transformation of the façade to the interior of all 58 residences and amenities. Addressing transitional spaces and focusing on the movement from the city to the residence, a seamlessly unified experience has been created whereby a private sanctuary is created.
The one consistent goal was to create an infusion of comfortable luxury throughout. From custom made cabinetry to a light and luxurious color palette, the concept for Huys also includes bespoke and hand-crafted arts. Styling is vital to transform a house into a home and in the sales office at 404 Park Avenue South, potential buyers can experience the concept and what makes Piet Boon® unique.
Beach villa situated less than a stone's throw away from the sea.
The villa is positioned so that it is naturally cooled by the wind. Living spaces like the open kitchen are placed on the top floor in order to get the best breathtaking sea view. Lying in the gazebo gives you the illusion of floating on the clear water.
The accents in the natural color pallet are derived from the cacti and aloe vera in the living spaces and outdoor. Local materials, characteristic for the island of Bonaire, are used for walls and floors.
This model villa is part of Line K, an innovative high end project at Pinnacle Peak, near Scottsdale.
A new way of living in the desert, the sophisticated simplicity is emphasized by strong lines, symmetry and use of natural light. The stucco walls, natural stone and the warm bronze color of the roof, blend perfectly in the natural surrounding. The use of full height doors and windows, sight lines and axes, create a perfect balance between inside and outside and a sense of tranquility and luxury.
In every Styling project, art plays a major role to create a personal atmosphere. Rachel Hovnanian’s powerful art works embody serenity and subtle beauty. The use of natural materials, interesting textures, the soft color palette and the careful consideration of selected objects throughout the villa compliment in perfect alignment the purity of the design of the home and the unique landscape.
Oak Valley is a high-end, ecologically sustainable golf and ski resort with private residences, featuring a museum by the leading Japanese architect Tadao Ando.
We have designed and furnished a private, residential villa of 660 square meters. Since in Korean culture it is considered important to protect nature, our main aim was to create a design that was completely integrated into the surrounding landscape. The house has its own shape and closely reflects the visual language used throughout the project.
We called the routing the ‘flow of the river’. It starts as it were at the entrance to the house as a small mountain stream. Ultimately the path widens and encompasses more air and space, ending finally in the fantastic panoramic view out across the surrounding landscape.
A houseboat is moored in a unique, tranquil spot in a typically Dutch landscape.
The aim was to design a minimalist houseboat with a simple ambiance, which is why we opted for the bold shape of a box. The exterior is finished with vertical sections of black painted red cedar. The boat has a minimalist look and its character is in keeping with the landscape – an important characteristic in a vulnerable natural area.
The interior of the living level is – just like our houses – soberly plastered in white and has been given a light-colored floor. The kitchen and seating area blend seamlessly into the enclosed outdoor patio. The spacious sleeping quarters and bathrooms are situated in the basement, which is partly below the waterline.
Villa on Portugal's south coast
A discreet front façade fits the surrounding architecture. Constructed from local stone, the wall hides the residence from view, while the back of the residence is open and bright with a beautiful view to the pool and palm trees beyond.
Since the residents' lives are quite busy, the color palette is subdued. Luxurious printed materials are grouped by tone to create a serene atmosphere. The owners love the warmth brought through in stylish objects and special details.
Vacation villa in one of South Africa's most exclusive golf clubs
Raising the ceilings optimized the space in this grand vacation residence originally designed by a local architect, and created room for sight lines and symmetry. The façade color has been copied by several other projects in this exclusive resort.
Bedrooms with private bathrooms overlook the golf course and countryside. Local art and materials mimic an African lodge. Since outdoor living is key, the exterior has a kitchen, bar and poolside loungers. A log fire provides warmth on colder days.
Beach residence situated in one of Bonaire's most stunning locations.
The residence is positioned perfectly so that it is naturally cooled by the wind. Living spaces and furniture are placed to capture breathtaking panoramic sea views, while natural materials that can withstand the sea air age beautifully and limit maintenance.
Building materials and interiors in a subdued color palette create harmony. Eggplant accents are inviting, while floors and walls use local materials. Sturdy furniture mirrors the rugged landscape, and décor and objects by the island’s artists reflect the relaxed atmosphere.
A villa is located in a beautiful natural environment, with uninterrupted views across a lake.
The existing red brick house that dates from the late 1980s has a very characteristic copper roof. The decision was made to extend the villa with a new wing, which would have to match the existing architecture. The new situation would include all the functions which the original house lacked. The renovated villa has become what the residents envisaged: a warm family home, adapted to the current time and perfectly in tune with their lifestyle.
It was important, before anything else, to get a clear picture of the wishes and requirements of the family, who were particularly fond of the warm atmosphere in the existing house. It was a fruitful collaboration in which we were given free rein in the design, furnishing and styling. The result is clearly a Piet Boon house with unique input from the residents themselves – lovers and collectors of art and design.
700m2 full-floor apartment on Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park
This design focuses on the optimal use of natural light. Living spaces on the front side of the apartment overlook the park. A tightly planned schedule ensured the heavy construction was completed in the four months allowed by the building.
European design elements lend international style. The owners wanted a meditative atmosphere where the family could retreat from New York's hustle and bustle. The subtle use of color creates an oasis of tranquility, reflected in artwork by Rachel Hovnanian.
Compact yet stylish 40m2 apartment in Amsterdam's historic center
The owner, a busy CEO, prefers a residence to the anonymity of hotels in the cities where she works. Every centimeter is functional, ensuring she has everything she needs, including a home office, two bathrooms, kitchen, kitchenette, and ample storage.
The owner is extremely organized and loves unique details. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets are designed for optimal functionality. Walls, floors, furniture and decoration are limited to white, black and dark brown, while oak, fine linens and rose accents lend a cosmopolitan feel.
Historic farm in the south of The Netherlands
Only the original façade was left intact, while the interior has a completely new layout. Existing style elements, such as semi-circle windows, retain a touch of charm from the past.
This house shows true Piet Boon® Originals style. Oak wood, stone and subdued colors provide a sturdy look, while consistent use of white brightens the space in spite of relatively low ceilings and limited light.
New apartment in Amsterdam with a view over the old city and the Amstel River
The owner, a disc jockey who works across the globe, favours modesty and design. To create a soothing environment, everything is packed away in custom-made cabinets that create a passageway to other rooms. The space includes a small mixing studio.
A haven in a hectic life, the residence is a comfortable place where the owner can prepare his next performance. Rooms are functional and austere, with concrete floors and a compact custom-made kitchen. Luxurious fabrics and floor-to-ceiling curtains create warmth.
Writer's studio in Friesland that's a hidden oasis in the heart of the town
Formerly a sawmill, this workspace is optically divided by a wall with wide passageways to the connecting kitchen. A high door and oversized fireplace emphasize the property's spaciousness. Large windows and doors to the south are pleasant in every season.
All custom furniture is in light oak, while minimal color showcases the collections and art. The neutral resin floor is practical with frequent visitors and dining, opening onto the spacious patio with a dining table at the water's edge.
Modern Cubist villa in Rotterdam
The Cubist form creates a functional family villa. Stucco and red cedar walled rooms open onto a private garden. Shifted land brings light to the lower master bedroom through large sliding glass doors that open onto a private hot tub.
The owners worked closely with us to balance beautiful materials and details with a warm and practical family environment. The kitchen is a meeting place, with a large pantry and gourmet appliances. Ample closet space ensures the residence stays tidy.
Our international head office.
The terrace and outdoor areas optically dissect the building and act as connecting elements. Because of this, and also thanks to the vertical supports, the building appears airy and elegant, despite its enormous mass and glass walls. It houses all our offices, showrooms and style rooms, and also provides accommodation to a number of our partners. This innovative concept showcases our vision of a sustainable office building that respects the surrounding landscape.
A limited number of building materials have been used in the interior: concrete for walls and floors, consistently combined with a white tint. Typical style elements, such as raised skirting boards, are used here in heavy industrial versions. The interior mirrors the character of the exterior – it is at once spacious, industrial, rugged and refined. In order to make optimum use of natural light, open working areas have been concentrated along the outer walls of the building. A sustainable office plan reflects our desire for environmentally-friendly solutions, such as the use of geothermal heat.
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