News about Studio Piet Boon

A selection of some of our latest accomplishments and a few stories that we hope you will enjoy reading.

Emma Children's Hospital

Studio Piet Boon has been asked to contribute to the interior design for the Neonatology department in the Emma Children's Hospital of Amsterdam UMC. Within the hospital's existing guidelines, our team has worked out the color- and materials concepts for this department. We also worked on the interior design for, among other items, the entrance area, visitor lounge, flexible workstations and the staff and team room. This concept will create consistency in the 'Look & Feel' of the newly created spaces.

Studio Piet Boon designs prestigious F1 Dutch Grand Prix trophy

We are proud to announce that Studio Piet Boon has been asked to design the prestigious Dutch Grand Prix trophy for 2021. To celebrate the first Dutch Grand Prix since 1985, Dutch beer brand HeinekenĀ® collaborated with Studio Piet Boon to create a trophy made mainly from recycled materials that also carries historical significance and local relevance.

Piet Boon Kitchen launches FRAME Kitchen and two new kitchen total concepts

The new concepts and FRAME Kitchen, designed by the team at Studio Piet Boon, offer solutions for any kitchen space. The new settings may now be seen in the Piet Boon Kitchen & Dining Showroom in Oostzaan, the Netherlands.

The door handle, a first handshake with a building

Studio Piet Boon believes in the beauty of simplicity. The simplest details, like door hardware, leave a lasting impression in any space, and yet a door handle is often overlooked. This while it is the first connection to a building. For this reason we designed the Piet Boon by Formani hardware collection. For this collection, consisting of 4 different types of door handles, all aspects of necessary functionality were carefully researched and implemented into the design along with a balanced design.

Studio Piet Boon designs Rosewood Miyakojima Resort in Japan

First Rosewood Hotels & ResortsĀ® in Japan opens in 2024 as an intimate, all-villa resort in Okinawa.