The west wing of the former Royal Dutch Palace (Paleis Het Loo) in Apeldoorn houses the Balzaal, a listed royal interior that has become a restaurant and terrace for 176 people, managed by Albron. Its regal roots and sumptuous surroundings demanded a style to reflect its rich historical background. This transformation was made possible also thanks to a successful collaboration with Conceptional, leader in food & beverage concept development.
Curious eyes peep from behind the showcase cabinets
Fixed and mobile show cabinets, made in a classic wireframe structure, allow a glimpse of the historical wall leather paintings. They display glassware and artefacts belonging to the palace’s past, while custom printed-carpets in rich red and blues recall the floral beauty of its gardens.
A royal garden of reds and blues blooms indoors
Outside, the mobile “Orangery” has become a fragrant herb garden.
›In collaboration with AofS
›Graphic design Eskader
›Photography Arne Jennard