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attic apartment

very steep stairs will lead you to this typical amsterdam canal house apartment for which we created an elegant urban space. the basic tones are white, beige and grey supplemented with a dark floor and furnishing. the kitchen is executed in shiny copper and white marble. the attic has a very romantic bedroom with amazing canal views.
 
photo by courtesy of Marc Heldens / Herman Van Hoey

rob peetoom factory

 

in the old sugarfactory we have designed the rob peetoom factory

include a photo studio, academy ,offices and entertainment space

all in a very industrial design approach and using of rough materials like waxed steel

canal house keizersgracht

in the 17th century canal-house located at the keizersgracht in Amsterdam, we played with three different levels. all levels are connected with an open view on the city garden and the new designed garden house.
 

project published EHI

photo by courtesy of Marc Heldens

mustique island villa

as an addition to the existing villa we designed and built new characterful guest quarters, a dining and sitting area on the lower level, and a wine room with amazing views.
 
project still in progress
 

private residence haarlem

this space was an old warehouse located at a historical site in the city haarlem. the aim of the project was to create a famliy home. fantastic kitchen positioned as a big furniture piece with sub-zero wall and great customized cabinets.

material used

marble oak sand stone

photo by courtesy of Kasia Gatkowska Photography

museum apartment

a real luxury gem with views on the Rijksmuseum. we have provided the apartment with a subtle interior and furnishing plan.

photography by Marc Heldens

apartment zuid

elegant open plan. the living room and kitchen are connected by a gorgeous city garden. we created light oak michelangelo marble bathrooms, and used blackened oak and brazilian quartzite.

photo by courtesy of Matthijs Van Roon

rob peetoom williamsburg new york

in a former soda factory we designed a new concept for rob peetoom new york.
 
photo by rob peetoom

rob peetoom mahler

tthis rob peetoom hair salon is situated in the george gershwinlaan in the zuidas financial district in amsterdam. we wanted to preserve the industrial look of the building and keep the space as open as possible. by placing walls with circular cut-outs we transferred the space into different zones for different functions without affecting the industrial look and feel. strategically placed round mirrors compliment the space and make architecture and design come together. the seats in the lounge area are from the bruut collection and are upholstered with black velvet.

photo by rob peetoom

topfloor apartment

in this atmospheric amsterdam apartment on the top floor we created a 4 bedroom luxury retreat. the attic and the roof construction were the challenging part of the design in which we succeeded wonderfully. the whole house is executed in soft tones of whites, silver platinum and pearl, and has a soft brushed oak flooring.
 
photography by Marc Heldens

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hair & spa rob peetoom bali

located at petitenget bali we designed this luxury hair & spa salon for rob peetoom.

on what used to be a rice field we designed three buildings inspired by the compound setting of traditional balinese villages. the fused landscape and building design creates a serene atmosphere. all designs have been made by rvo design respecting local materials like lava and rosewood; everything was produced locally.

photo by rob peetoom

salon residence 2017

 

in the concept of a a luxurious suite I presented an overview of designs and materials  I’m working on

at show brushed douglass wood  panelling with a red patine  turkish grey marble bathroom and my hand knotted carpets

combined with furniture editions form the bruut. collection great art and assecories

I  launched a new designed bed for Nilson beds and I  called her ‘HEATHER”

and not to  forget at show the art work was   selected by diana stigter (one of the fines modern art galleries in amsterdam ‘stigter van doesburg’ )

 

production & styling by Marc Heldens
photo by Herman van Hoey

canal house amsterdam

renovation and interior design for the monument-status building from the mid-nineteenth century on one of the charming canals of amsterdam. we preserved all the authentic details like decorated ceilings, sliding doors and fireplaces and worked with the most luxurious marbles and woods and a rich color palette.
 

the project is published marie claire mason italia

photo by courtesy of Marc Heldens / Herman Van Hoey

plates

small plate 13,5 x 2 cm matte light graige
dessert plate 21,5 x 2 cm matte white
appetizer plate 25 x 2 cm matte gold sand
flat plate 28,5 x 3 cm matte light graige
serving plate 34 x 3,5 cm matte light graige

 

float

dining table in solid american walnut.
doubly used have dinner with eighteen guests.
available with fitting bench.
 

dimensions

L 2400  W 850  H 750mm
 

low float dimensions

L 1750  W 850  H 350mm
 

variations

solid oak natural/dark oil finish
solid oak deep dark varnish or natural varnish
solid american walnut natural/dark oil finish
light american ash natural varnish

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dimensions

L 2750  W 900  H 750 mm
 

variations

solid oak natural/dark oil finish
solid oak deep dark varnish or natural varnish
solid american walnut natural/dark oil finish
light american ash natural varnish

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dimensions

L 1600  W 1600  H 750 mm
 

variations

solid oak natural/dark oil finish
solid oak deep dark varnish or natural varnish
solid american walnut natural/dark oil finish
light american ash natural varnish

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dimensions

L 2800  W 420  H 1600 mm
 

variations

solid oak natural/dark oil finish
solid oak deep dark varnish or natural varnish
solid american walnut natural/dark oil finish
light american ash natural varnish

irregular

series of dining or even conference tables with irregular forms 

 

dimensions

L 2570  W 1560  H 750 mm
L 2240  W 1450  H 750 mm
 

variations

solid oak natural/dark oil finish
solid oak deep dark varnish or natural varnish
solid american walnut natural/dark oil finish
light american ash natural varnish

irregular.low

series of dining or even conference tables with irregular forms
 

dimensions

L 1110  W 790  H 150 mm
L 1150  W 950  H 300 mm
 

variations

solid oak natural/dark oil finish
solid oak deep dark varnish or natural varnish
solid american walnut natural/dark oil

seat to meet

chairs to meet or dine on at home or in public areas.
either with four legs or a cross feet
  

dimensions

W 665  L 540  H 750 mm
 

frame stainless steel polished 
different upholstery available

penthouse amsterdam zuid

in this penthouse we performed a massive renovation. we have raised floors and literally taken everything out and then created a complete new interior concept. we had the opportunity to work with a client with a fantastic collection of furniture and a great sense of style.

material used

brazilian slate steel, white lacquer rosewood, and dark oak.

the project is published in the italian elle decor and the spanish AD

photo by courtesy of Marc Heldens

central eixample barcelona

traditional apartment in the classic eixample district barcelona, completely renovated with respect to the heritage of the building.

all woodworks, old doors and windows were re-used and converted into a modern feel. it resulted in a bright elegant project in faded natural colors in wood furniture and fabrics.

 

private residence

this wonderful one floor apartment is situated close to the vondelpark.
 

photography by Marc Heldens

galerie fons welters

located in the center of amsterdam an old storage space was converted into an art gallery with an industrial setting. we highlighted the roof construction. a good setting for exhibiting art was achieved by a smart layout.

photo by courtesy of Matthijs Van Roon

salon residence 2015

the launch of salon residence and my designs and i presented here the new format of presenting all under the title’ruud van oosterhout design”

here i presented ruud van oosterhout design in a homy  setting

a custom kitchen design kitchen in an unmistakably ruud design approach

all executed in dekton a silestone material and presented with a sub zero wall

bruut. ‘delaneau’ sofa set with mohair carpets and this all surrounded  with  amazing art work  from one of the fines art galleries in amsterdam ‘stigter van doesburg’ selected by dian stigter

 

material used

photo by Marc Heldens

Vrijdag, 20 juli 2018

Dinsdag, 28 november 2017

Maandag, 25 september 2017

Vrijdag, 5 september 2014

Vrijdag, 27 september 2013

Vrijdag, 15 februari 2013

Maandag, 24 september 2012

Donderdag, 12 april 2012

shogun

it used to be known as one of the most exclusive properties and villas in the world in a mesmerizing location on the island mustique. now it is time for a massive make-over. with respect for the landscape and surroundings and the existing identity, we are designing a whole new exclusive contemporary look.

we can’t wait to share the final results.
 
project under construction

undyed

the new subtle chic carpet collection is made from natural materials without chemical treatments or colouring. the hand-spun wool from the black, grey and brown highland sheep in nepal is mixed with wild silk and nettle. the different mixtures create a delicate colour palette and show the true materials. the refined collection is tailor-made with a flat knotted weaving technique.
 

rob peetoom eindhoven

in the ‘lichttoren’, an iconic building in eindhoven, we approached the whole interior as an industrial loft. we worked with great materials: carrara flooring marble, wood panelling and a very clean layout of furniture produced in collaboration with bruut.
 
photo by courtesy of Matthijs Van Roon

rob peetoom utrecht

for one of the latest additions to the rob peetoom salons, we designed individual workstations with black leather armchairs and a new “curvy” mirror station. it exudes the atmosphere of a loft. the architecture of the space is designed in chic soft grey concrete and powder tones with accents of blue for the glass bar.
 
photo by rob peetoom

ruud van oosterhout design

his unmistakable passion for interior design, a preference for clean lines, light, the finest natural materials and collaborations with the very best craftsmen, come together in his own collections of furniture, ceramics and crystal and in a wide range of interior designs for both private and commercial clients, ranging from metropolitan lofts to resorts in the caribbean.

collections

ruud van oosterhout creates a collection of furniture made from the best materials: hand-knotted rugs of wool, mohair and silk, and objects such as mouth-blown crystal vases in subtle pastel colours, and tableware in refined porcelain.
 

furniture

ruud van oosterhout launched his own furniture collection in 2004, entitled bruut. in this collection the designer strives to create an honest product with an autonomous feel; a combination of the finest materials, specially designed finishes, and superior craftsmanship. With a clear eye for details, sober lines and balanced shapes, his collection includes the latest series of sofas and poufs, and a series of seats as well as tables in solid woods.
 

crystal

under the name ruud van oosterhout crystal, the designer produces in collaboration with master glassblowers, exclusive crystal objects in limited editions. the “silence” series, for example, is inspired by the “sleeping muse” of brancusi. the voluminous shape of the vase and the tranquil appearance evoke the association with a resting head on a pillow. the bowl offers the counter-shape: the hand palm on which the head rests. the objects in pale powder tones attract attention despite their pure, sober shape.
 

rugs

ruud van oosterhout designs a series of special carpets in a pure way. he calls it appropriate: ‘understated chic’. “as a designer i’m fascinated by the beauty of pure materials such as a blend of mohair and wild silk – without any additives. the technique of the hand spun fibres combined with the traditional crafts and knotting skills of the carpet weavers in nepal, are for me the purest way of working”, says the designer.
 

bowls

sauce bowl 9,6 X 4 cm matte gold sand
sauce bowl 12,3 X 5 cm matte dark graige
soup bowl 14,5 X 6,5 cm matte light graige
pasta bowl 21 X 5,5 cm matte white
serving bowl 25,7 X 6,5 cm matte gold sand
serving bowl 31 X 7,5 cm matte light graige
serving bowl 36 X 8,5 cm matte dark graige

 

cups & jugs

espresso cup 7,5 X 6 cm matte dark graige
tea cup 9 X 9 cm matte white
milk jug 7 X 9 cm matte light graige
jug 9,5 X 16 cm matte white

  

Silence green

silence limited edition 35
 

Silence 1  W 27  H 18 cm
Silence 2  W 24  H 18 cm
Silence 3  W 22  H 20 cm
Platter  W 38  H 15 cm
 

color greenish

Silence pink

silence limited edition 35
 

Silence 1  W 27  H 18 cm
Silence 2  W 24  H 18 cm
Silence 3  W 22  H 20 cm
Platter  W 38  H 15 cm
 

color pinkish

Silence brown

residence limited edition 35
 

Silence 1  W 27  H 18 cm
Silence 2  W 24  H 18 cm
Silence 3  W 22  H 20 cm
Platter  W 38  H 15 cm
 

color silence

Widow long

Royal Leerdam Crystal 2010
 

crystal series inspired by master glassblower Andries Copier
 

Ruud van Oosterhout crystal series ‘Widows’, evokes a sense of serenity and understated clarity. ‘Widows’ is a proud collection of classical shapes that combines historical perspectives with contemporary, gracious restraint.
 

“Through my ‘Widows’ collection, I sought to establish the optimal relationship between the material and the master glassblower”, explains Ruud van Oosterhout. “The close working relationship between the master glassblower and the designer is essential in the design process and for the design itself. That is why my creations are almost completely bereft of colour. I wanted to accentuate the clarity of the Crystal collection. Furthermore, the use of colour would have diverted attention away from the shape and form. I eventually opted for off-white, like the early morning mist that envelops the land. A misty cloud that blends and immerses itself beautifully into the material.”