A Modern Hotel Hides Inside a Former Historic Music Conservatory in Amsterdam

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                                You’d never guess from the outside of this immaculate Neo-Gothic facade built by Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel at the end of the 19th century that it houses the <a href="http://www.conservatoriumhotel.com/" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Conservatorium Hotel</a>, a modern hotel in Amsterdam that used to be the site of a former music conservatory. Located in the Museum Square district, the building was restored by Italian interior architect and designer <a href="http://www.lissoniassociati.com/en" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Piero Lissoni</a> who gave the hotel a contemporary redesign while still retaining the charm of Amsterdam’s historic past.
Right when you step in, you’ll notice that natural daylight is used as a central design element to highlight the stark contrast between the building’s brick structure and onyx black atrium. The atrium’s steel staircase and multiple catwalks are what I’d imagine a modern-day Hogwarts would look like. The hotel includes 129 luxurious guest rooms (half of which are essentially duplexes with lofty ceilings, oversized windows, and exposed beams)
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