Our Extraordinary Spaces
Our Magnus Opus is a 500 m2 mansion spread over 4 floors with 11 distinct rooms.
Originally a 15th century monastery this impressive building has a wealth of history. The manor has hardwood floors, evocative decor, vintage copper hot-tubs, 18th century fireplaces.
This one of a kind relic is a 17th Century chapel is located right opposite the Opera House, offering a realm of quiet divinity in the middle of Amsterdam.
Swigtershofje is one of the smallest of Amsterdam’s courtyards, discreetly located between Amstel and Rembrandt Square. Founded in 1744 and restored in 1979, it is a unique space right next to some of the city’s best cultural offerings and most beautiful canals.
The interior is decorated in rococo and the plaster ceiling and both sides of the Eye of God hover above the altar’s frolicking cherubs.