Founded in 1983 by Dutch designer Piet Boon , the Studio Piet Boon is well-known worldwide for its remarkable creativity , quality and perception and produce outstanding design. With its headquarter located in Amsterdam Area, Netherlands and clients from over 46 countries , it is one of the leading studios in the world at present. In 1986, Dutch interior designer Karin Meyn , joined Piet Boon as business partner and creative director. Let’s join our journey to discover the best interior design inspiration by Piet Boon that you will love .
The interior of an existing three story villa located along the waterside in Amsterdam , Urban Residence Amsterdam redesigned by Piet Boon. Studio Piet Boon was brought in to create the perfect balance between functionality, aesthetics and individuality.
Paris Luxury Apartments. This exclusive Parisian residence was the merging of two apartments into one – via a small, inconspicuous portal – to create a seamless living experience. This residence truly represents Piet Boon creativity that makes him so unique , the ability to create understated luxury and deliver a harmonious living experience.
South Coast Villa . The house has a penchant for luxury, stylish fabrics, the warmth of special objects, and details. This is reflected throughout the home, which is infused with a distinctly feminine touch. The interior and exterior are perfectly in balance, thanks to the use of local natural stone for both.
Dutch Floating Home . Moored in a beautiful and tranquil spot in a typically Dutch landscape, the houseboat is surrounded by open water on three sides with uninterrupted views to the horizon. The high floor-to-ceiling glass windows – which can be fully opened – create a powerful sense of connection with the natural surroundings.
The design for the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel’s new guest rooms emphasizes the Marriott service excellence and innovative spirit in combination with the Studio Piet Boon design philosophy.
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