Mexx »

2004
International Design Centre, Amsterdam
7.000 m2, 350 workstations, 500 people
In collaboration with Sevil Peach, London
This project was created when employed
by Rietmeijer Huisvestingadviseurs (now CBRE)
Role: executive architect

In their headoffice Mexx wanted to bring together all the different design departments. While the different working groups benefit from a creative atmosphere, they also each have visiter le site web du posteur their specific needs. We focused on functionality and efficiency by ensuring each group had quick and easy access to different tools. On the other hand we created an inspiring environment by playing with colour and space. People are stimulated throughout the building to find different forms of sharing, collaborating, experimenting and working.

 

Christine le Duc »

2005
Store concept, the Netherlands
100-200 m2, 53 stores, 48 cities

The new store concept for Christine le Duc was aiming to appeal to both the young couple and the modern woman. The design not only involved the store’s interior, but also the logo, housestyle, catalogues and packaging. We created a fresh and visually exciting interior with seductive photography. After three prototypes the concept was implemented in their 53 stores across the https://www.viagrapascherfr.com/viagra-feminin-effet-negatif/ Netherlands.

 

Tommy Hilfiger »

2000
Offices and showroom, Amsterdam
6.000 m2

In a listed building in the heart of Amsterdam, we created an environment with a strong identity, yet capable of being changed with the fashion seasons. The client loved the historic elements we found and allowed us to research and restore this beautiful building to its former glory.