R E M B R A N D T . H O U S E . A M S T E R D A M
Last weekend was spent being a culture vulture and checking out all the museums I had missed since being in Amsterdam. There are rather a few I still haven’t been to but I started with Rembrandt House. I always find visiting these stunning canal houses fills me with inspiration and inspires me to photograph and design.
Rembrant House Museum is a historic house and art museum formly occupied by painter Rembrandt who lived and worked in the house between 1639 and 1656. The interior dates back to the 17th century and showcases some of his collections of objects and artworks (mainly etchings).
If you look carefully you can see aspects in which we were inspired by at Soho House Amsterdam. When designing for such a prominent building in Amsterdam its important to pay tribute to the local history and design, which is why I am constantly on the hunt and never stop working…its more of a passion than a job, I always feel sorry for whom ever joins me on my adventures, 3 hours in a museum is sometimes too much for some people!
Pop this one on the map, its worth taking a look. However, try and go during a quieter period as there a lot of tourists!
Photos by: Me