Locally based firm Van Helmond Architecten collaborated with fellow Dutch design practice Moon/en/co on the hybrid urban concept Kazerne, which has debuted in the De Bergen district of Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
Housed within a former military barracks and adjoining warehouse space, the hotel comprises eight luxury guestrooms and suites in addition to a 27,000-square-foot exhibition space.
Spread across six different volumes, Kazerne is unified through a materiality of glass, brick, and steel. Public spaces include the onsite open kitchen, lobby, and reception, all of which echo the steel-framed glass façade of the warehouse building.
Accommodations range from 375 to 1,500 square feet, the largest of which is the Deluxe Duplex suite. Illuminated by skylights, the suite is equipped with amenities like a full kitchen and a dining room housed on a mezzanine space. The Hay Loft suite features original wooden beams and boards, and frames views of the property’s courtyard. The Corner Duplex suite is housed within the former barracks, while the Paljas Loft is defined by a steel rooftop construction as part of the modern steel and glass volume.