Interior & product design

Now for sale: Simply Elegant

Simplicity. Perhaps there is no other word that better describes the work of interior architect Remy Meijers. The various elements in his interiors are so perfectly placed that it seems as if natural laws have been followed, and that it could not have been otherwise. His philosophy is reflected clearly in his new book Simply Elegant. It is now for sale for 59,50 €.
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Remy’s luxurious apartments for sale

The Hooght. This is the new name of a bank building in the centre of Zeist, that will be renovated soon. It is certainly a special project, because not only the exterior of the building, but also the interior of the thirteen luxury apartments has been designed by Remy. The apartments ar now on sale.
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Successful launch Simply Elegant Elegant

Last Friday, interior designers Jan and Monique des Bouvrie and Marcel Wolterinck were given the first copies of Simply Elegant, the second monograph of Remy Meijers. The well-visited book presentation was one of the highlights of the second edition of Salon Residence in Singer Laren. During a short talk show in the theatre, presented by Froukje de Both, the makers of the book gave text and explanation.
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Retrospect Salon Residence

At the end of September, during Salon Residence, Singer Laren temporarily changed into a boutique hotel. Eighteen leading interior designers were inspired by the theme and created as many beautiful interiors.
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The quest for perfect balance

In the work of interior designer Remy Meijers (1974), all elements are perfectly in place. His interiors are therefore almost self-evident. As if they have always been like this. But there’s a lot more going on than meets the eye. Behind the apparent simplicity of his interior designs lies a coherent and comprehensive vision honed continuously over two decades. Meijers’ oeuvre includes not only interiors, but also architecture, accessories and furniture. According to Meijers’ philosophy, these are not separate elements, but rather complementary parts of an intelligible whole.
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