At Studio Piet Boon we enjoy inspiring people with our designs and provide them with new exterior home design and interior design ideas. By sharing our thoughts and forecasts, we aim to give people insight in our design philosophy.
Ever since the first Land Rover vehicle was conceived in 1947, Land Rover has built vehicles that challenge what is possible. These in turn have challenged their owners to explore new territories and conquer difficult terrains. The vehicles epitomise the values of the designers and engineers who have created them. Each one instilled with iconic British design cues, delivering capability with composure. Which is how they continue to break new ground, defy conventions and encourage each other to go further. Land Rover truly enables you to make more of your world, to go above and beyond.
Long Island Shipyards designs and develops classic boats, with an exclusive range of ultra-modern speed cruisers reminiscent of the Italian Riva. The company has redefined the concept of the speed cruiser through traditional craftsmanship combined with state-of-the-art techniques and high-tech construction methods.
Mention ‘Porsche 911 Targa’ and for a lot of Dutch people the beloved and feared Dutch state police Porsche will come to mind. With this association in mind Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur decided to build the 911 Targa 4S Exclusive Alex Edition. The Alex is a tribute to the most striking car known to the Dutch police and the result of a special collaboration between the Dutch Porsche importer and Studio Piet Boon. Building a bridge between the past and the present, the subtle detailing of the contemporary Alex refers to the impressive surveillance car that once commanded respect for more than three decades.
The title of the Studio Piet Boon Miffy statue is Butterflies. To know Miffy is to love Miffy. Dick Bruna’s simplicity, use of colour and timeless design are consistent with our own approach to design. The Studio Piet Boon Miffy is covered from top to toe with handmade butterflies of all sizes in various shades of blue and white. The butterflies are symbolic of Miffy’s transformation and add depth and texture to her iconic shape.
Specially for the Jacob van Oostsanen exhibition held by the renowned Amsterdam Museum Studio Piet Boon was aksed to design an exclusive designer outdoor bench. Drawing inspiration from the confessional, we designed an outdoor bench that allows users to enjoy the surroundings separately whilst feeling the presence of on another.