The Conservatorium hotel
is set within a former music conservatory, a century-old building, designed by the Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel. This luxury hotel is located in the historic museum district of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The Milan-based Lissoni Associati
creatively designed 129 guest rooms within the original state and giving each room a unique layout. Working within strict regulations on the listed building, a 20-meter high glass atrium was built on the former patio. Complimentary to the guest rooms the hotel includes a well-being spa, various shop-in-shops and restaurants and bars with diverse international atmospheres.
For this project, we proudly crafted a custom made Solid Antique American Ash Chevron floor to add a vintage touch to the elegant yet casual luxury Tunes Bar with its chic décor and shimmering ambience. This floor is a very durable interior features which get prettier over time. The Tunes bar is one of the bars in Amsterdam where you can enjoy first-class cocktails inspired by countries from all over the world. Their menu encloses the beauty and uniqueness of the different continents around the world through creative and exotic cocktails and food pairings.
Each guest room has its own unique character; the rooms embody unique Dutch styling elements with thoughtful features. The Solid American Red Oak Marron with a Brushed Faded Extramatt Poly finish fits perfectly to the rooms thanks to its contemporary elegance. However, the randomly mixed width planks add a traditional touch to the overall design.