Interior designer Remmelt van der Wal recently opened his new Remmelt interior design studio in Amsterdam: a unique location in an impressive monumental building next to the Rijksmuseum on the corner with PC Hooftstraat.
Remmelt uses superior quality materials, and the various interior design elements are multi-functional and technically innovative. Unique details are lovingly incorporated, exuding luxury.
The Solid Surface HI-MACS® material was also used to create the interior fittings. Kitchen worktops, bookshelves, cupboards, bathroom walls and floors and a table were made from this robust and impervious acrylic stone. The interior designer opted for the shade Alpine White: “I chose this particular material for its uniform quality and characteristics, which make it resistant to external effects. It stays looking brand new. I love this shade of white – there are no other colours in it, making it perfect for a wide range of applications.”
The interior designer works with a network of experts. He called on the experience of Dutch retailer Baars & Bloemhoff – exclusive distributors of HI-MACS® in The Netherlands - for all of his designs using HI-MACS®. Remmelt uses products from well-known names such as Gaggenau, FLOS, KitchenAid and Muurbloem for his interiors. He also works closely with the Peduzzi Company, which produces made-to-measure interior fittings.
The interior designer sees products from well-known names as important resources for creating his individually tailored interiors – and these include HI-MACS® acrylic stone from LG Hausys Europe.
Design: Remmelt van der Wal
Location: Remmelt interior design studio, Amsterdam
Material: HI-MACS® Alpine White
Photos: Joep Kroes