Canal House Hotel by Concrete Architectural Associates

Canal House Hotel by Concrete Architectural Associates

Location: Keizersgracht 148, 1015 CX Amsterdam, NL

Project team: Rob Wagemans, Lisa Hassanzadeh, Sander Vredeveld, Menno Baas, Sofie Ruytenberg, Erik van Dillen, Chrissie Phillips restaurant - © jim ellam
Picture © by Jim Ellam for Concrete 
Manufacturers
General contractor: Van den Hengel
Joinery: Roord Binnenbouw
Lighting and electrical:  Lammerink
Total area: 1225m2
Date opening: April 2011

bar - © jim ellam

Picture © by Jim Ellam for Concrete

entree_corridor - © jim ellam

Picture © by Jim Ellam for Concrete 

Floor: massive oak wood, some public spaces white marble tiles, hallways dark grey carpet
Wall: silver silk wallpaper, plaster painted black
Ceiling: original ornamental ceiling painted white or black
Main elements furniture: bespoke massive oak wood furniture stained black
Lighting: spots by modular lighting, design fixtures by Flos, vintage fixtures

kitchen - © jim ellam

Picture © by Jim Ellam for Concrete 

lounge1 - © jim ellam

Picture © by Jim Ellam for Concrete 

Corridors
Floor: dark grey carpet
Walls: high quality vinyl wallpaper (by Vescom) black stained oak skirting panels
Ceiling: white stucco
Lighting: wall mounted lighting fixtures by Modular Lighting Instruments in some areas there is a selection of old ceiling mounted lighting fixtures

lounge2 - © jim ellam

Picture © by Jim Ellam for Concrete

Bar
Floor: massive oak wood (herringbone pattern)
Walls: black painted walls (including ornaments) wall covered with a variety of old black painted mirrors
Ceiling: restored original ceiling
Lighting: wall mounted lighting fixtures by Modular Lighting Instruments
Bar: black stained oak wood with polished stainless steel cladding
Furniture: In-out barstools supplied by Gervasoni loose storage elements “oblique” supplied by Moooi

 

restaurant1 - © jim ellam

Picture © by Jim Ellam for Concrete  

Lounge/ parlor room
Floor: massive oak wood (herringbone pattern) partly covered with purple silk carpet (Casalis)
Walls: black painted walls (including ornaments)wall covered with a variety of old black painted mirrors
Curtains: velvet curtain (purple) and sheer curtain (silver) supplied by Kobefab International bv
Ceiling: restored original ceiling
Lighting: wall mounted lighting fixtures by Modular Lighting Instruments
 
Restaurant
Floor: massive oak wood (herringbone pattern) partly covered with luxurious (gold) carpet (Casalis)
Walls: black painted walls (including ornaments) wall covered with a variety of old black painted mirrors
Ceiling: restored original ceiling curtains: velvet curtain anthracite by Jab Anstoetz C.V
Lighting: various suspended lighting fixtures supplied by Moooi
Furniture: the furniture of the ”great room” exists out of bespoke black stainend oak furniture complemented with a variety of refurbished chairs and designer chairs (by Moooi and Edra)
All bespoke lighting fixtures on the bespoke furniture are manufactured by Baullmann Leuchten
Losse meubels: mummy chair by peter traag (edra)/ smoked chair by maarten baas(moooi)/ smoked chandelier by maarten baas (moooi)/ carbon chair by marcel wanders (moooi)/ dear ingo, by Ron Gilad (moooi)/ sky garden by marcel wanders (moooi)

restaurant2 - © jim ellam

Picture © by Jim Ellam for Concrete  

best room 1 - © amy murrell

Pictures © by  Amy Murrell for Concrete 

Rooms info’s:

Floor: massive oak wood, partly covered with a luxurious carpet (Paola Lenti) 
Walls: silk wallpaper (by Vescom)
– “bathzone wall” covered with black glass mosaic tiles
– all sanitary niches in this wall are covered with a purple mix of glass mosaic tiles.
Ceiling: white stucco with all original ornaments, beams and other features stained black
Curtains: velvet curtain (purple) and sheer curtain (silver) supplied by Kobefab International bv

Main elements furniture: all bespoke furniture elements (bed, “vanity desk” and small sofa’s) are made out of black stained oak wood together with leather and chromed steel details

Lighting: downlights (spot lights) by Modular Lighting Instruments
Sanitary items: Dornbracht
Loose furniture: a variety of Vitra furniture (organic chair and walnut stool both from Ray and charles eames and supplied by Vitra)

better room_1 - © amy murrell

Pictures © by  Amy Murrell for Concrete  

Suite: floor: massive oak wood, partly covered with a luxurious carpet (Paola Lenti)
Walls: silk wallpaper (by Vescom) “bathzone wall” covered with a mix of purple mosaic tiles
Ceiling: white stucco with all original ornaments, beams and other features stained black
Curtains: vevelt curtain (purple) and sheer curtain (silver) supplied by Kobefab International bv
Lighting: downlighters (spot lights) by Modular Lighting Instruments
Main elements furniture: all bespoke furniture elements (bed, “vanity desk” and small sofa’s) are made out of black stained oak wood together with leather and chromed steel details
Sanitary items: Dornbracht
Loose furniture: a variety of B&B Italy and Vitra furniture Arne sofa by Antonio citerio (B&B Italy)/ fat fat side table by patricia urquiola (B&B italy)/organic chair and walnut stool by Ray and Charles Eams (Vitra)

better room_2 - © amy murrell-21Pictures © by  Amy Murrell for Concrete 

great room__1 - © amy murrell

Pictures © by  Amy Murrell for Concrete 

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