Andaz Amsterdam
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Andaz Amsterdam
Apr 26, 2013  Marcel Wanders incorporates Dutch history and culture in exuberant interiors
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Andaz Amsterdam_01 Andaz1.jpg On the floor of The Observatory atrium is a Delft-blue carpet embroidered with the Dutch East India Company’s map of the world as it was known in the Golden Age. Wanders’s own tulip chairs and three bell-shaped lamps with crystal chandeliers inside add to the bespoke nature of the space. 
Andaz Amsterdam_02 AA2_AMSAZ_Bluespoon_Restaurant.jpg Franco-Dutch cuisine is prepared an open kitchen atmosphere at the hotel’s restaurant called Bluespoon, which serves seasonal farm-to-table food. 
Andaz Amsterdam_03 Andaz3.jpg Franco-Dutch cuisine is prepared an open kitchen atmosphere at the hotel’s restaurant called Bluespoon, which serves seasonal farm-to-table food.  
Andaz Amsterdam_04 Andaz4.jpg The hotel's sitting room includes dark Maarten Baas Smoke chairs, Wanders’s sofas, and a bespoke chandelier. 
Andaz Amsterdam_05 AA5_AMSAZ_Canal_View_King_02.jpg A bathing tub is simple in its form with the graphic of a spoon handle on the wall above. 
Andaz Amsterdam_06 AA6_AMSAZ_Prinsengracht_Suite_Bathroom.jpg In a guest room, a connected polarity graphic on the wall depicts a fish head connected to the stem of a Champagne flute. The triple crosses, appearing on the wall and on the concrete table, is the symbol of Amsterdam. On the table, a mirror is framed in neon, and the wash basins in each room were individually painted by Wanders. 
Andaz Amsterdam_07 AA7_AMSAZ_Prinsengracht_Suite_Living_02.jpg Every detail was well conceived, such as the freestanding lace-inspired light fixture in a seating area.
Andaz Amsterdam_08 AA8_AMSAZ_Guestroom_Detail_01.jpg Every detail was well conceived down to the smallest detail, such as the light next to the guest beds.