• "The Lady's Chamber is cozy, surprising and furnished with rounded shapes and warm, red colors."

    Lady's Chamber (Kamer Mevrouw)

Lady's Chamber (Kamer Mevrouw)

  • Up to 12 people
  • 36 m2
  • Daylight

The Lady's Chamber was the chamber of the lady of the house, a bedroom and dressing room and a place to which she could retire. The Lady's Chamber exudes femininity, visible mainly in the rounded, flowing lines of the large oval table and the butterfly chairs, Arne Jacobson's successful classic. The use of the color red in the chairs and curtains and the silver wall contribute to the room's feminine feel. The works of art were created by female artists and represent feminine themes.

However, the room is not intended only for women. The sturdiness of the wooden wall unit and the jute curtain, the beautiful natural light and the efficient meeting table make this room suitable for balanced conversational and consultative meetings of up to 12 people of either gender (expandable to up to 20 people in a theater or circular layout).