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To begin design preparations for the interior of netherlands-based consultancy firm Kwink’s recently acquired office, designers at Hoyt Architects went wedding dress shopping.

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Hoyt Architects addresses these challenges with a design-studio concept. In this environment, communication is open and ideas grow for each project.

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Cities and their associated suburban areas are comprised of a wide range of urban forms and natural amenities. Working within this context to create a successful City demands that a designer understand the variables in this ever-changing and evolving design. A City is, in fact, the unique mix of entrepreneurial efforts of many people trying to build a community.

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Well, not really, but the team did translate the four somethings tradition, which dictates the bride’s outfit — old, new, borrowed, and blue — into tangible elements that give the space a comfortable, youthful feel.

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Vintage pieces, both product and furniture, are placed throughout creating a nicely-balanced contrast with some of the exclusive interiors more daring moves like a ping pong conference table.

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Something blue is provided in no short supply, a majority coming from dutch artist laura de monchy. with a quick investigation of the office, visitors and associates will find lamps, wall pieces, vases, and other objects in every room. The design was completed by joris van hoytema and marta pabel of hoyt architecture.

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