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Leeuwarden, Netherlands – In the Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics shop-café, i29 merges unexpectedly contemporary design with the museum’s contents.
The five most popular hospitality spaces on this website reflect antithetical concepts of escaping reality and merging with the local context.
AMSTERDAM – At the epicentre of tourist activity, the Samsonite showroom mimics the fast-moving crowds outside with a graphic crossroad where the brand’s collections meet.
Etten-Leur, Netherlands – i29’s design for the Dutch IT company specialized in the food sector emphasizes health, vitality, and growth.
UTRECHT – i29 interior architects makes the new restaurant at luxury department store De Bijenkorf part of the brand experience with one simple yet bold design element.
Together with Frame, i29 breaks the mould with its experiential IMM LivingInteriors pavilion showcasing the latest in flooring and wallcoverings.
Amsterdam's fashionable department store debuts an Artist in Residence initiative on the rooftop of their building on Dam Square.
The 16th annual International Interior Design Awards ceremony took place during a black tie affair inside London's Grosvenor House Hotel.
Over the course of the week we’ll be sharing a few words from the winners of each of the four categories of The Great Indoors Award: Show & Sell, Relax & Consume, Concentrate & …
In a similar vein to a previous project, i29 favoured one material for the interior of a Paul de Ruiter-designed villa close to Bloemendaal in the Netherlands.
Dutch design studio i29 has created a colour-filled workspace for Combiwerk Delft, a company that employs people with physical, psychological and mental limitations.
With a mantra to ‘reduce, reuse, recycle,’ Dutch studio i29 has realized a monochromatic pop-up shop for furniture label AsGoodAsNew.
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